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Kevin Tichenor (left) and Chahrzad Montrose (right) dissolve compounds and place them in various plate formats required for biological screeing.
After six years in postdoctoral appointments focusing on bacterial pathogenesis, an offer to join the field of bacterial genomics presented Richard Alm with an intriguing prospect. That it would...
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