Foodie TWiM reveals that bacteria in human saliva are major components of Ecuadorian indigenous beers, and an unusual E. coli that produces atypical light cream-colored colonies in chromogenic agar.
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Links for this episode:
- Saliva bacteria in indigenous beers (Peer J)
- Unusual behavior of E. coli ST59 (Appl Envir Micro)
- One Health (CDC)
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