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In 1916, against the backdrop of the First World War, a British soldier in an Egyptian hospital recovered from a bout of diarrhoea. More than a century later, scientists have revived a freeze-dried culture of a microbe that infected him. #ResearchHighligh

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In 1916, against the backdrop of the First World War, a British soldier in an Egyptian hospital recovered from a bout of diarrhoea. More than a century later, scientists have revived a freeze-dried culture of a microbe that infected him. https://go.nature.com/2GlpNzg 

Original Article: In 1916, against the backdrop of the First World War, a British soldier in an Egyptian hospital recovered from a bout of diarrhoea. More than a century later, scientists have revived a freeze-dried culture of a microbe that infected him. #ResearchHighligh

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