Iraqi bacteria, the unforeseen enemy

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

There is a new enemy on the battlefields of Iraq and it's too small to be seen. It's Acinetobacter baumannii, a drug-resistant killer microbe.
Guest: Dr. Michael Smith, microbiologist. Dr. Smith worked years to break the deadly bacterium's genetic code.

Contributors:

Chelsea Merz

Comments [2]

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Gropius, "Iraqi bacteria" item is 2nd under the tab for Most VIEWED, not the tab for Most Commented.

Jul. 10 2008 08:43 PM
gropius

why is this listed as the 2nd most commented?

Jul. 10 2008 04:29 PM

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