What are superbugs doing in Antarctica?

Feb 10, 2012 by

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A multidrug-resistant strain of E. coli, potentially even more dangerous than the superbug MRSA, has been discovered living in Antarctic seawater. Escherichia coli bacteria, better-known as E. coli, are common in the lower intestines of humans.

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