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But about 10 percent of people with a bacterial gastrointestinal infection such as salmonella or E. coli go on to develop a type of irritable bowel syndrome known as post-infectious IBS.
For decades, residents have been repulsed by the idea of swimming in the Willamette River because of weekly sewage overflows that created a bacterial stew.
This system harnesses the power of the bacterial immune defenses to alter the bacteria's DNA, explains Ian Sample for The Guardian.
A possible complication is secondary bacterial infection, potentially leading to more severe illness and pneumonia.
In 2010, scientists at the J. Craig Venter synthesized a bacterial genome, adding quotations written into the genome in a code devised by the scientists.
That’s when a heat rash or bacterial infection can happen.
The insect’s larvae feed on the olive fruit, a process that also allows for bacterial infections to form on the plant.
For Oscar Mayer hot dogs, the packages now list ingredients like celery juice that has been treated with bacterial culture.
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: relating to or caused by bacteria a bacterial infection
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