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Bacterial Traffic Jams Linked to Antibiotic Resistance Development

News   Mar 17, 2021 | Original story from eLife

 
Bacterial Traffic Jams Linked to Antibiotic Resistance Development

Swarming Bacillus subtilis cells form a multilayered biofilm in a dish when exposed to the antibiotic kanamycin (pictured here on the right-hand side of the dish). Credit: Grobas et al. (CC BY 4.0).

 
 
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