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NYMU iGEM

Background

Nitrogen oxides are one of the most notorious pollutants in the modern days. Anthropogenic disturbance of Nitrogen cycle accelerates the accumulation of nitrogen oxides, and such situation will deteriorate further if we aren’t devoted to solve the environmental challenge.