A 102-year-old bacterial culture reveals a microbe’s foul methods View Full Text


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DATE

2019-04-11

ABSTRACT

A strain of cholera bacterium collected during the First World War is sequenced after decades in storage.

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279-279

Journal

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Nature

ISSUE

7752

VOLUME

568

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