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Mark O. Martin

This article is truly a thing a beauty. It discusses so many fascinating topics, in a way that we (okay, I) just cannot find in a textbook. I honestly think that this kind of "case study" approach to microbiology (in the topical, not medical, sense) needs to be inserted into our classrooms.

Professor Neidhardt's essay is a great example, and it is one I will be using next semester. MUCH appreciated, sir!

Elio and Merry: keep 'em coming! I honestly want to think about photocopying a bunch of these kinds of articles/essays into a packet to give students ahead of time. This is truly an educational service.

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