Bacteria “gangs” defend their turf by forming “social networks” that release toxins to neutralize enemies, according to new research

(Natural News) Scientists have long known that bacteria can fight other bacteria by producing their own version of antibiotics. The researchers behind a recent study have uncovered another bacterial survival tactic. By generating toxic proteins, certain bacteria become capable of communicating with one another, essentially allowing them to form their own social networks. This remarkable…

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