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DateDate: 21-08-2018, 06:13

The portrait was formed with the help of more than a million pieces of light-sensitive E. coli.
The famous painting "Mona Lisa" by the artist Leonardo da Vinci was reproduced again, but only in a microscopic version. To create a unique masterpiece, scientists from the University of Rome needed millions of bacteria.
This writes Chronicle.
A group of Italian scientists used genetically modified bacteria to create microscopic works of art, including the famous "La Gioconda" by Leonardo da Vinci. The world-famous portrait was formed with the help of more than a million pieces of photosensitive E. coli, the same bacteria that can cause food poisoning in the human body.
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The author of the painting Giacomo Frangipane said that he chose the portrait of Mona Lisa because this picture is the most recognizable in the whole world. Also, a team of specialists created portraits of scientists Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin.