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Trilobites: Using Harpoon-Like Appendages, Bacteria ‘Fish’ for New DNA

12:20 EDT 14 Jun 2018 | The New York Times News

Seeing how microbes snatch new genetic material from their environment could help in the fight against antibiotic resistance.

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