When Gut Bacteria Betray Their Hosts


Sarah Zhang, The Atlantic
For three decades, the deadly bacteria sat in cold storage. Normally, Enterococcus faecalis lives harmlessly in the human gut. One particular strain, however, caused a series of strangely persistent infections at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in the 1980s.

Original Title: When Gut Bacteria Betray Their Hosts
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