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Category Archives: Microbiology
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Advanced microscopy has emerged as a powerful tool in microbiology. Here’s why. Continue reading
Bacteriophages direct many aspects of bacterial behaviour. Continue reading
A theoretical basis why artificial virus-like particles (VPLs) with a high density of envelope spikes might make a safe and efecting prophylactic vaccine against HIV. Continue reading
Why do some strains of Salmonella gauss gastoenteritis while closely-related organisms cause thyphoid? Continue reading
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