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Open Source Outbreak Investigation

 

The Germany-based Escherichia coli outbreak that killed at least 50 people and hospitalized thousands  in May and June of 2011 has been declared officially over. Researchers credit advances in DNA-sequencing technologies and the ability to freely share data and collaborate with groups of researchers around the globe for the rapid analysis of the genome of the offending e. coli variant.

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