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Stuck on You - Targeting Bacterial Adhesion to Reduce Antibiotic Use

News   Sep 18, 2018 | Original Story by Ker Than for Stanford’s School of Humanities and Sciences.

 
Stuck on You - Targeting Bacterial Adhesion to Reduce Antibiotic Use

An electron microscope image of UTI-causing biofilm made up of E. coli bacteria. Credit: Lynette Cegelski.

 
 
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