DIY Hack Turns Yogurt Into Prozac [Video]

DIY Hack Turns Yogurt Into Prozac [Video]
Innovation

Now you can start your breakfast with a smile every morning.

Yi Chen
  • 16 february 2012


Belgium bio-engineer Tuur van Balen recently gave a live demonstration to show how easy it is to genetically modify yogurt. Balen went through the seamless process of tweaking the DNA of yogurt to make the lactobacillus genome produce the anti-depressant Prozac. With the help of tools like a centrifuge and electroporator, which can be easily ordered off eBay, your special blend of yogurt is ready to be consumed in just four to five days.

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