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bacteria

Some bacterial species possess an ingenious survival strategy that allows them to stick around on foods despite our best decontamination efforts.
This concept of using bacteria to fight bacteria offers a new direction in helping to preserve milk and other dairy products after pasteurization.
The results of a new study reveal a new potential for this bacterium in chicken farming.
Written by Sybil Millar, Communications Advisor for the Ross Tilley Burn Centre, Critical Care and Infectious Diseases programs
When it comes to the cause, eczema has proven to be an enigma.
Several different bacterial and fungal species can be found in cheese and their interactions can be monitored.
The main culprit behind gum disease is bacterial growth, usually called plaque. Although several different types of species are detrimental to gum health, some are more troublesome than others. One particular enemy is known as Porphyromonas gengivalis .