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THE ERA OF ANTIBIOTICS BEGAN SUDDENLY: Levy, 2002; Salyers and Whitt, 2005.

IN 1948, THE YUGOSLAVIAN-BORN GENETICIST MILISLAV DEMEREC: Demerec, 1948.

TODAY THE WORLD CONSUMES: Wise and Soulsby, 2002.

MANY FARMERS TODAY PRACTICALLY DROWN THEIR ANIMALS: Graham, Boland, and Silbergeld, 2007.

TWO NEW MUTATIONS THAT MADE IT RESISTANT: Robicsek et al., 2006.

AFTER FIVE MONTHS AND TEN DIFFERENT ANTIBIOTICS: Rasheed et al., 1997; Tenover, 2006.

MICHAEL ZASLOFF, THEN A RESEARCH SCIENTIST: Shnayerson and Plotkin, 2002.

HE TEAMED UP WITH BELL: Perron, Zasloff, and Bell, 2006.

E. COLI AND OTHER BACTERIA ARE LOCKED IN AN EVOLUTIONARY RACE: Peschel and Sahl, 2006.

FLOYD ROMESBERG, A CHEMIST AT SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE: Cirz et al., 2005.

JOHN CAIRNS, THEN AT HARVARD: Cairns, Overbaugh, and Miller, 1988.

SUSAN ROSENBERG OF BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE: Ponder, Fonville, and Rosenberg, 2005.

NATURAL SELECTION, TENAILLON PROPOSES:

Tenaillon, Denamur, and Matic, 2004.

ANTIBIOTICS MAY ALSO DRIVE THE RISE OF HIGH MUTATORS: Denamur et al., 2005.

WHEN NOTHING OF THE SORT HAS TAKEN PLACE: Roth et al., 2006.

SUSAN LINDQUIST OF THE WHITEHEAD INSTITUTE FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH: Queitsch, Sangster, and Lindquist, 2002.

ICHIRO MATSUMURA, A BIOLOGIST AT EMORY UNIVERSITY: Patrick et al., 2007.

OTHER SPECIES MAY DEPEND ON THE SAME POTENTIAL: Francino, 2005.

SOME OF THESE EXTRA GENES: Myllykangas et al., 2006; Roth et al., 2006.

FEW SCIENTISTS OUTSIDE JAPAN: Watanabe, 1963.

IN A SURVEY OF E. COLI LIVING IN THE GREAT LAKES: Bartoloni et al., 2006.

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