Homeland Security News-Steve Mauro-Biology

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The beach water research of Mercyhurst biologist Steven Mauro is highlighted in media outlets nationwide, including this Homeland Security News Wire report. The research focuses on a toxin dangerous to humans that may help E. coli fend off aquatic predators, enabling strains of E. coli that produce the toxin to survive longer in lake water than their benign counterparts. Read Dangerous strains of E. coli may linger longer in water.

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