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En un nuevo hito para la ingeniería genética, los científicos del J. Craig Venter Institute, Centro de Bits y Átomos del Instituto de Tecnología de Massachussets y del National Institute of Standards and Technology, han desarrollado un organismo sintético unicelular que crece y se divide como una célula de su propio cuerpo, imitando aspectos complejos…