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Stress-Induced Molecular Globs Boost Bacterial Fitness
Liquid conglomerations of molecules that form in bacterial cells in response to stress promote the cells’ survival, a study finds.
ABOVE: istock, ThomasVogel
Stress-Induced Molecular Globs Boost Bacterial Fitness
Stress-Induced Molecular Globs Boost Bacterial Fitness

Liquid conglomerations of molecules that form in bacterial cells in response to stress promote the cells’ survival, a study finds.

Liquid conglomerations of molecules that form in bacterial cells in response to stress promote the cells’ survival, a study finds.

ABOVE: istock, ThomasVogel
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