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Nature Genetics volume 29, page 360 (2001) | Download Citation

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Many bacteria in nature and in persistent infections grow in communities on biofilms. A new study demonstrates that this adaptation is accompanied by a suprisingly modest change in the transcriptional profile of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

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