Staphylococcus aureus. The biography of a bug sometimes super, most often not
Presenter: Hugh Pennington
Published: April 2014
Age: 14-19 and upwards
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Source/institution: Royal Society
Thirty percent of us carryÊStaphylococcus aureusÊup our noses. Boils and infections after surgery bring it to our attention. Mutant clones are called MRStaphylococcus Aureus,ÊorÊMRSA. All these things make it important today.Ê Hugh Pennington CBE is Emeritus Professor of Bacteriology at the University of Aberdeen.