Will we be growing CLL drugs in our garden and treating us and our CLL with a cup of home grown 'tea' in the future?

Will we be growing CLL drugs in our garden and treating us and our CLL with a cup of home grown 'tea' in the future?

Tony Hughes, Associate Professor, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, University of Melbourne explains how plants can be used as biofactories, using a special class of small proteins called cyclotides that are stable enough to survive tea making as an example:

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