Could salmonella save your life?

Watts, S.
August 1990
New Scientist;8/25/90, Vol. 127 Issue 1731, p20
Studies how a genetically `crippled' version of salmonella bacteria could prove villain-turned-hero, thanks to recent research into the use of the bacteria as an alternative to live vaccines. How this work may one day lead to a range of new vaccines, including one to protect chickens against salmonellosis.


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