Life-Saving Virus Found in Connecticut

By Crowdability, on Friday, December 23, 2016

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Life-Saving Virus Found in Connecticut

Dodge Pond sits on the outskirts of East Lyme, Connecticut. It’s filled with fish like bluegill and alewife, as well as water fleas and algae. But something a little more unusual was found in its waters recently: a life-saving virus known as OMKO1 »


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