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  • Joshua Weitz, an assistant professor in Georgia Tech's School of Biology, recently showed that bacteria-infecting viruses make collective decisions about whether to kill host cells immediately after infection or enter a latent state to remain within the host cell.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Joshua Weitz, an assistant professor in Georgia Tech's School of Biology, recently showed that bacteria-infecting viruses make collective decisions about whether to kill host cells immediately after infection or enter a latent state to remain within the host cell.
  • Georgia Tech postdoctoral scientist Yuriy Mileyko, graduate student Richard Joh and assistant professor Joshua Weitz discuss viral dynamics.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Georgia Tech postdoctoral scientist Yuriy Mileyko, graduate student Richard Joh and assistant professor Joshua Weitz discuss viral dynamics.
  • Georgia Tech School of Biology assistant professor Joshua Weitz developed a model that proposes a mechanistic explanation to a long-standing paradox by showing that when multiple viruses infect a host cell, those viruses can make a collective decision rather than behaving as they would individually.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Georgia Tech School of Biology assistant professor Joshua Weitz developed a model that proposes a mechanistic explanation to a long-standing paradox by showing that when multiple viruses infect a host cell, those viruses can make a collective decision rather than behaving as they would individually.
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