TWiM reveals high rates of co-transformation of plasmids in E. coli overturns the clonality myth, and bacterial membrane vesicles as a novel strategy for extrusion of the antimicrobial bismuth in H. pylori.
Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, and Petra Levin
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Links for this episode:
- The myth of clonality (Sci Rep)
- Bacterial membrane vesicles extrude bismuth (mBio)
- Gastric acid levels must decrease (World J Gastroenterol)
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