Even the tiniest viruses face hundreds of decisions every day, and scientists are researching how viruses make their decisions to help lead to better treatments for some diseases.
In a study published Feb. 6 in the journal Nature Communications, Dr. Lanying Zeng and her team at Texas A&M AgriLife Research discovered how the lambda phage decides what actions to take in its host, Escherichia coli bacteria.
A phage is a virus that infects and replicates with
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