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McNeese State University’s Dr. Mark Merchant, professor of chemistry, left, and Dr. Chip LeMieux, dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences, have collaborated on a research project that has been awarded the university’s second patent for an alligator blood feed supplement for pigs and poultry that could potentially replace traditional antibiotics that may contribute to resistance in humans and the environment. (McNeese photo)

McNeese receives second patent for alligator research

Dr. Mark Merchant, professor of chemistry, and Dr.


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