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Wow, thanks for that comment Mark! I am an amateur - learning each day and trying to teach those in my social circle (and a few blog readers) how microbes could be interacting with them in the world - but this issue of E.Coli and the amount of research always linking back to it had really been bothering me lately. I'm glad it's not just me who thinks we should be looking at even more diverse possibilities, instead of sticking with a few microbial lessons learned.

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