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What Pneumococcus Says to Make You Sick

News   Oct 12, 2018 | Story sourced from Carnegie Mellon University

 
What Pneumococcus Says to Make You Sick

Confocal microscopy images of pneumococcal biofilms colored by depth. Without communication from the BriC peptide, biofilms become less robust. Credit: Carnegie Mellon University

 
 
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