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THE ALGAE THAT could cure blindness doesn’t even see, technically. Chlamydomonas reinhardtii are simple, single-cell green algae that live in water and in dirt. They have a round body, two whip-like tails, and a single primitive eye—not even an eye, really, an eyespot—that they use to seek out sunlight for photosynthesis. Science Supplies, Human Dna, Science Magazine, Science Resources, Science News, New Scientist, Green Algae, Plant Science, University Of Utah
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A Cure for Blindness Just Might Come From Algae

Human trials are coming for a company that wants to restore sight with an algae protein.


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