Wang’s research investigates how foxgloves create medicinal compounds, with an eye toward improving the process. Specifically, her lab is investigating the chemical processes the plants use to create cardiac glycosides: what steps are taken, what genes are turned on, and what enzymes are deployed. Farming foxgloves for medicine is time-consuming and labor-intensive.
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