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Biochemistry Professor Anthony Moore of the University of Sussex shares his research passion for the AOX enzyme which he believes has numerous real-world applications - one of which could be to produce a specific fungicide, that he hopes could lessen the environmental damage caused by repeated applications of more generalised fungicides, to help fight Ash Die Back disease. For detailed information on the Chalara pathogen and its lifecycle please go to:
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