A highly reduced TWiM team presents a study of the use of phage diversity in cell-free DNA to identify bacterial pathogens in human sepsis cases, and the evolution, persistence, and host adaptation of a gonococcal antimicrobial resistance plasmid that emerged in the pre-antibiotic era.
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Links for this episode:
- Phages identify sepsis pathogens (Nat Micro)
- Gonococcal AMR plasmid from pre-antibiotic era (PLoS Genetics)
Music used on TWiM is by Ronald Jenkees.
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