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A twist on a traditional therapy shows promise for treating bowel disease.
A new technology aims to keep microorganisms that make chemicals alive longer.
Scientists aim to monitor communities for infections using fast sequencing technology.
A new contrast agent could detect bacteria on medical implants, and help doctors decide how to treat infection.
Sequencing the microörganisms that inhabit healthy people could aid research into human disease.