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Pathogen Biology and Evolution

Pathogen montageResearch groups are found across several university departments and local research institutes, and include:

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Cambridge researchers are working with leading Georgian scientists to address key questions about the ecology and evolution of avian flu.

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New research suggests animal-to-human transmission of MRSA

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New study shows how Salmonella colonises the gut

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Fingerprint of a killer

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The worm that turned east

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Lethal weapon: bacteria’s high-risk suicide strategy

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New study sheds light on how Salmonella spreads in the body

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Bacterial DNA sequence used to map an infection outbreak

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Viruses evolve mechanism to prevent bacteria from committing suicide

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Melioidosis: exposing the ‘Great Mimicker’

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Scientists discover ‘switch’ that turns on aggressive infection in superbug

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Avian flu viruses which are transmissible between humans could evolve in nature

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We are not students of some subject matter, but students of problems. And problems may cut right across the borders of any subject matter or discipline.

Karl Popper, 1963