New technique can reveal previously undetectable bacteria in places where they aren’t wanted

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine have developed a microbial detection technique so sensitive that it allows them to detect as few as 50-100 bacterial cells present on a surface. What’s more, they can test samples more efficiently—up to hundreds of samples in a single day.
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