ASM in the Big Easy

The American Society for Microbiology General Meeting started yesterday in New Orleans. Not sure how much time I'll have to write it up (plus the wifi wasn't functioning yesterday at the conference center), but you can follow along on Twitter (hashtag #asm2011). Full day tomorrow, and I saw at least 5 more MRSA/food studies in the abstract book that I'll have to check out.

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