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Symbiotic Microbes' Origin Discovered After Man Impales Hand On Branch

Two years ago, a 71-year-old Indiana man impaled his hand on a branch after cutting down a dead crab apple tree, causing an infection that led University of Utah scientists to discover a new bacterium and solve a mystery about how bacteria came to live inside insects.

"Medical News Today" article: http://mnt.to/a/49kR

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