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Thieving Cholera Bacterium Can Steal Up to 150 Genes in One Go

News   Oct 08, 2019 | Original story from the EPFL

 
Thieving Cholera Bacterium Can Steal Up to 150 Genes in One Go

Vibrio cholerae bacteria form dense biofilms on biotic surfaces, which fosters interbacterial killing and horizontal gene transfer. Credit: G. Knott & M. Blokesch, EPFL.

 
 
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