New Web Tool Fights Antibacterial Resistance

New Web Tool Fights Antibacterial Resistance

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In 1943, two scientists named Max Delbrück and Salvador Luria conducted an experiment to show that bacteria can mutate randomly, independent of external stimulus, such as an antibiotic that threatens a bacterial cells’ survival. Today the Luria-Delbrück experiment is widely used in laboratories for a different purpose – scientists use this classic experiment to determine microbial mutation rates.
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