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Scientists explore effects of physiological fluid shear on dangerous type of Salmonella

Once inside the human body, infectious microbes like Salmonella face a fluid situation. They live in a watery world, surrounded by liquid continually flowing over and abrading their cell surfaces–a property known as fluid shear.

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Scientists explore effects of physiological fluid shear on dangerous type of Salmonella

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