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Bacteria 'Alarm Clock' May Trigger Repeat Infections

13:00 EDT 19 Oct 2016 | R&D Magazine

Previous research showed Salmonella bacteria switch themselves into stand-by mode by 'poisoning' themselves with toxins.
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