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If you want to make bacteria glow, give it a virus

Although not all strains of E. coli bacteria are harmful to humans, E. coli O157:H7 most certainly is. So, needless to say, it's very important to know if it's present in foods or liquids. Scientists at Indiana's Purdue University are now making the detection process quicker and easier, by bioengineering a virus that causes the bacteria to glow when infected... Continue Reading If you want
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