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Researchers Have Breakthrough On How Persistent Bacteria Avoid AntibioticsDec. 29, 2013 — The mechanism by which some bacteria are able to survive antibacterial treatment has been revealed for the first time by Hebrew University of Jerusalem researchers. Their work could pave the way for new ways to control such bacteria. 

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