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Society for General Microbiology 161st Meeting, University of Edinburgh
Date:9/2/2007

Other presentations cover topics as diverse as ham preservation and why we dont need salt, probiotics for pigs and bacterial pest control, tracking Yersinia and microbe-identifying microchips, novel insecticides and drug-producing sponge bacteria, hepatitis C vaccine research, bacteriophage therapy and the control of coastal pollution.

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