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Whilst this encourages me knowing that if e coli can "become a better bug" then I to can improve myself.

But when I consider the implications in terms of the obvious ability of pathogenic bacteria to adapt to conditions that we believe should kill them - scares the life out of me.


Touché, LTB. Maybe you could say the authors put E. coli through "Extremist training"?

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