Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 16th, 2002
Livermore biomedical scientist Paula McCready delivered that message during a session of the American Society for Microbiology in Salt Lake City, Utah.
"The tools we use to develop DNA signatures for the detection of bioterrorist agents could also be used to search out food-borne pathogens," McCready said.
"We believe people are going to look at the problem of food-borne pathogens differently because of the new tools that are becoming...
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