Dan Terry, CEO and co-owner of Briotech in Woodinville, helped find a way to create an artificial disinfectant that has been found to kill the Mad Cow virus and may be used for other pathogens. (Daniella Beccaria /The Herald)

Scientist: Woodinville company’s breakthrough is surprising

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