Salmonella finds new way to harm

New research shows salmonella bacteria have modified, attacking the protein-building process to sustain its capacity to create the illness.

The bacteria has adapted from what is considered to be the characteristics of normal cell behaviour to inflict illness.

The new research has also found beta versions of amino acids involved in protein synthesis. It was previously thought proteins were developed with alpha forms of amino acids.

Read more at Ohio State University/Newswise

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