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Key to New Antibiotics?


April 12, 2012

New Mexico's Lechuguilla Cave Researchers have discovered a remarkable prevalence of antibiotic resistant bacteria in Lechuguilla Cave in New Mexico, one of the deepest and largest caves in the world and a place isolated from human contact for more than 4 million years. Full Story

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McMaster University

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