Staphylococcus infections are common in the hospital setting and in the community, but the strains that are prevalent in these two environments differ somewhat. A group in Denmark found that pressure from antibiotic use in hospitals is driving some unexpected evolutionary changes in Staphylococcus aureus that make it leaner and meaner. mBio: http://goo.gl/zCPHn
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