Africa: Tuberculosis Genes Reveal Secrets to Disease Success
August 26, 2013 Editor 0
[State Department]Washington -The bacteria that cause tuberculosis have plagued humankind for millennia, but scientists are just getting to know the pathogen at the genetic level. Research published August 21 offers insight into how this microscopic organism is so successful at causing human disease and death.
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