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BACTERIA AND VIRUSES

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Degrading a Defense: Bacteria use enzyme to escape trap
February 25, 2006
Volume 169, No. 8, p.115

Bacteria Ride the Tide: Moon's phases predict water quality at beaches
July 2, 2005
Volume 168, No. 1, p. 4

Grow in the Dark: Bottom-dwelling bacterium survives on geothermal glow
June 25, 2005
Volume 167, No. 26, p. 405

Tug-of-War: How bacteria prevent host-cell suicide
March 26, 2005
Volume 167, No. 13, p. 196

A Bug's Life: E. coli can't escape old age
February 5, 2005
Volume 167, No. 6, p. 84

Hungry for Hydrogen: Microbes in hot springs feed on unlikely source
January 29, 2005
Volume 167, No. 5, p. 69

Phage Attack: Antibacterial virus might suppress cholera
January 15, 2005
Volume 167, No. 3, p. 38

One-Celled Socialites
November 20, 2004
Volume 166, No. 21, p. 330

Unhealthy Change: Diversity in a bacterial colony can prolong infections
November 20, 2004
Volume 166, No. 21, p. 324

Single gene turns flu deadly
October 23, 2004
Volume 166, No. 17, p. 269

Microbes Make the Switch: Tailored bacteria need caffeine product to survive
October 23, 2004
Volume 166, No. 17, p. 260

Attack of the Rock-Eating Microbes!
November 15, 2003
Volume 164, No. 20, p. 315

All the World's a Phage
July 12, 2003
Volume 164, No. 2, p. 26

Attack of the cannibalistic bacteria
June 21, 2003
Volume 163, No. 25, p. 390

A Breath of Fresh Air: Bacteria rid sewage of its stink
May 10, 2003
Volume 163, No. 19, p. 294