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We know that bacterial pathogens kill millions of people each year, and that bacteria carry “virulence” genes that allow them to cause disease. During infection of humans with Salmonella, the switching on and off of these virulence genes is carefully regulated to ensure expression at the “right time and right place”, but how is this process controlled?

Scientists based at the University of Liv

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