Tobacco plants grown in greenhouses at Kentucky  BioProcessing in Owensboro were  "infected" with a  protein, which the plants then reproduced, that is turned into a serum to fight the Ebola virus.
Tobacco plants grown in greenhouses at Kentucky BioProcessing in Owensboro were "infected" with a protein, which the plants then reproduced, that is turned into a serum to fight the Ebola virus. Photo provided
Tobacco plants grown in greenhouses at Kentucky BioProcessing in Owensboro were "infected" with a protein, which the plants then reproduced, that is turned into a serum to fight the Ebola virus. Photo provided