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An American team has designed a biosensor composed of a synthetic bacterium and an electronic circuit, opening up a vast new field of research in which the most minute changes taking place in the human gastrointestinal tract are detected. In the age of self-monitoring and nanorobots, bi...
A British study indicates that surfers are more at risk of being infected by antibiotic-resistant bacteria present in seawater. Bacterial resistance to antibiotics has become a global public health issue. According to some estimates, resistant bacteria could cause close to 10 million de...
Does Escherichia coli need to adapt when it passes from its intestinal reservoir to the bladder in order to cause a urinary infection? Danish researchers raised the question. Urinary infections are very frequent, affecting one in three women at the age of 24. The Escherichia coli bacter...