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Underwater forests and the search for nature’s next drug treasure trove

Building upon existing findings of the medical properties of marine-derived actinobacteria, Portuguese researchers have found new possible bioactive compounds in Laminaria ochroleuca, a common variety of brown seaweed. How can the potential of seaweed as a source of antibiotics and anti-cancer drugs be unlocked? Allie Nawrat reports.

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