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Bacteria may travel around the world using “air bridges,” explaining how superbugs share genes

Bacteria may travel around the world using “air bridges,” explaining how superbugs share genes

(Natural News) Bacteria do not need animal or human carriers to spread. A Rutgers-led study suggests that microbes take advantage of natural air currents and use them as bridges to travel from one remote location to another. The genes that encode antibiotic resistance in bacteria appear in many seemingly unrelated bacterial species. Even microbes separated by thousands of…

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