The Fellowship of the TWiM reveal that colorectal cancer-associated microbiota are associated with higher numbers of methylated genes in colonic mucosa, and identification of metabolites needed by the fire blight disease bacterium for virulence in apples.
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- Colorectal cancer and the gut microbiome (PNAS)
- Fire blight (YouTube)
- Fire blight spreads north (NY Times)
- E. amylovora auxotrophs (Appl Environ Micro)
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