Joachim Messing in a greenhouse with corn
Joachim Messing, Developer of Shotgun Sequencing, Dies
In addition to his work on widely-used techniques, the researcher was known for engineering crop plants.
Joachim Messing, Developer of Shotgun Sequencing, Dies
Joachim Messing, Developer of Shotgun Sequencing, Dies

In addition to his work on widely-used techniques, the researcher was known for engineering crop plants.

In addition to his work on widely-used techniques, the researcher was known for engineering crop plants.

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