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OTR Farone bacteria research promo

OTR Farone bacteria research promo

Dr. Mary Farone, seated in the foreground, Dr. Sharon Berk and MTSU doctoral candidate Brock Arivett view a graphic image, in this July 2016 file photo, of the amoebae that are part of their nearly 20-year study with Tennessee Tech researchers finding bacteria in a hot tub and cooling towers in Cookeville, Tennessee. The two bacteria species, which were named for Berk, are capable of infecting cell nuclei. (MTSU file photo by J. Intintoli)

Dr. Mary Farone, seated in the foreground, Dr. Sharon Berk and MTSU doctoral candidate Brock Arivett view a graphic image, in this July 2016 file photo, of the amoebae that are part of their nearly 20-year study with Tennessee Tech researchers finding bacteria in a hot tub and cooling towers in Cookeville, Tennessee. The two bacteria species, which were named for Berk, are capable of infecting cell nuclei. (MTSU file photo by J. Intintoli)


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