Orange strains are showing a growing success in the United States, according to a new study from a biotech company.
The new strain, called Orange strain #23, is the most abundant orange strain ever identified in the world.
Orange strains can be found in Florida, California, New York, Texas and Ohio, according the company, Bioran.
The new strain has the most diversity and is the first to be tested in humans, the company said in a press release.
The strain, which has been around for nearly a decade, is one of several strains of orange that are getting good attention from researchers.
It has high levels of anthocyanins, which help fight disease, and is resistant to a wide range of antibiotics, including the most widely used, penicillin.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the world’s top biotech companies, tested Orange strain 23 to see if it was the most resilient strain to the penicillins in the US.
They found that it was.
They also found that the strain is resistant not only to the most commonly used penicills, but also to the new cephalosporins, an important class of drugs that kill the bacteria.
“This is a huge leap forward for orange strain #24, which is now showing some signs of health and is poised to surpass the orange strain as the most potent orange strain in the field,” the company wrote.
“These results underscore the importance of a variety of strains in the development of novel orange strains and support the growing interest in orange in general.”
Orange strain #22, which was identified in 2007, was recently found to be resistant to the cepalibs, but was able to be taken orally.
That strain was found to also be resistant and to be more aggressive than the current strain.
That makes it the most valuable orange strain.