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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Host-Microbe Interactions Between Squid and...

  • Aired: 09/22/2010
  • 55:50
  • Rating: TV-G
Margaret McFall-Ngai, Professor, School of Medicine and Public Health, Medical Microbiology, UW-Madison Margaret McFall-Ngai discusses her study of animal bacterial symbiosis and how the effects of certain bacteria may have important and beneficial implications for human health and disease.
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Learn about how bacteria may have positive affects on health with Margaret McFall-Ngai.
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