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Dr. Russell Hill, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Caption: "Anything we can discover about this bacterial communication could be really important in understanding how bacteria become pathogenic in humans or how they form film on teeth or internal medical devices," said study co-author Dr. Russell Hill, Director of the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology in Baltimore, Md.

Credit: Photo by Cheryl Nemazie

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