Predatory Bacteria Could Lead the Way to Fighting Future Illnesses

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John Brice Jr
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"Predatory bacteria carry immense promise in an extraordinarily small package. Deployed under the right circumstances, they could help people beat back harmful microbes in the environment, or purge pathogens from the food supply. "

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Great article! Thanks for sharing, Mr. Brice!
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