Protection of Salmonella by ampicillin-resistant Escherichia coli in the presence of otherwise lethal drug concentrations.

@article{Perlin2009ProtectionOS,
  title={Protection of Salmonella by ampicillin-resistant Escherichia coli in the presence of otherwise lethal drug concentrations.},
  author={Michael H Perlin and Denise R Clark and Courtney E McKenzie and Himati Patel and Nikki Jackson and Cecile Kormanik and Cayse Powell and Alexander J Bajorek and David A. Myers and Lee Alan Dugatkin and Ronald M. Atlas},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={276 1674},
  pages={3759-68}
}
Microbial systems have become the preferred testing grounds for experimental work on the evolution of traits that benefit other group members. This work, based on conceptual and theoretical models of frequency-dependent selection within populations, has proven fruitful in terms of understanding the dynamics of group beneficial or 'public goods' traits within species. Here, we expand the scope of microbial work on the evolution of group-beneficial traits to the case of multi-species communities… CONTINUE READING

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