Biotechnology & Biomedical
Natural organic compounds that contain fluorine are rare because living organisms-- with a few exceptions-- do not produce them. Scientists have now genetically engineered a microbial host for organofluorine metabolism, allowing it to produce a fluoridated intermediate known as a diketide. As reported, the diketide could then be used as a monomer for the in vivo production of fluorinated bioplastics.
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