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Caption: Timelapse light microscopy of a growing colony of Serratia marcescens bacterial. These rod-shaped bacteria commonly live in soil and water. Some species of Serratia are pathogenic, causing septicemia and pulmonary infections.

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Serratia bacteria reproducing

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Duration: 00:00:23.21

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