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Staphylococcus aureus bacteria.
"Staph" skin infections are caused by a bacterium that can divide every half hour in optimal conditions. Theoretically, a single cell can form a colony of more than a million cells in ten hours.

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In bacteria, mutations in plasmids can accumulate surprisingly fast. What does this mean for us humans, who have to fight with these new antibiotic resistant strains?


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