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The nematode that senses contaminants

This blogpost is a guest contribution from researchers at European centre of excellence for sustainable water technology (Wetsus) in the Netherlands. In this post, Antoine Karengera talks about their recently published paper dealing with the potential use of the nematode –  Caenorhabditis elegans –  as a test organism for detecting toxic potencies of pollutants in water sources.  

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