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Beneficial Bacteria May Help Ward Off Infection
Cheryl Nickerson (center) with her colleagues Shameema Sarker (left) and Aurélie Crabbé (right). While many bacteria exist as aggressive pathogens, causing diseases ranging from tuberculosis and cholera, to plague, diphtheria and toxic shock syndrome, others play a less malevolent role and some are
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