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Towards a Synthetic Chloroplast

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Zebrafish embryos are immediately killed by E. coli.

A.) Zebrafish embryo two hours after injection of S. elongatus. Cells appear red due to phenol red present in the injection buffer. B.) Injection of E. coli led to drastic morphological changes in the embryo after two hours, and this change was observed with E. coli cells that were C.) UV killed, or D.) ΔmsbB mutants.

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