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Patterns of antibiotic-resistant bacteria found in Galapagos reptiles
Date:1/23/2012

ongoing exchange of bacterial strains or bacterial traits," the researchers wrote. Further studies are needed "to understand better how human associations influence disease risk in endemic Galpagos wildlife."

The work was carried out by Emily Wheeler as part of her doctoral studies in Mackie's lab, and was supported by a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency STAR Fellowship and a student research grant from the Conservation Medicine Center of Chicago. Postdoctoral researcher Pei-Ying Hong and field biologist Lenin Cruz Bedon, of Isla Santa Cruz, Galpagos, are co-authors on the study.

Mackie also is an affiliate of the Institute for Genomic Biology at Illinois.


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Contact: Diana Yates
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217-333-5802
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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