How bacterial predators evolved to kill other bacteria without harming themselves

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A joint study by the labs of Dr Andrew Lovering and Prof Liz Sockett, at the Universities of Birmingham and Nottingham, has shown how predatory bacteria protect themselves from the weapons they use in their bacterial killing pathway. ▶ Full story on phys.org

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