“[O]ne of the by-products of this biochemical attack is poop, and that poop is full of the fungi and hundreds of their special enzymes.
So literally, the scientists harvested this fungi from goat poop….
But isolating these enzymes and mapping their blueprints in DNA and RNA is not easy. In fact, it required the rare technologies and capabilities at two U.S. Department of Energy User Facilities – the Environmental Molecular Science Laboratory at PNNL and the DOE Joint Genome Institute.”
Forbes covers the Feb. 18, 2016 Science report resulting from our collaborative science initiative with EMSL. Read their full article here.