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LONDON - Researchers say they have genetically engineered bacterial cellulose to produce its own pigmentation - removing the need for chemical dyes - in a breakthrough study they claim could revolutionise the textile industry.

Published in the peer-reviewed Nature Biotechnology journal, the research focuses on Komagataeibacter rhaeticus, a bacterium renowned for its cellulose production capabilities.

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