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Antibiotics as well, which have been in greater circulation in recent years, have been known to produce the "Eagle effect" - a phenomenon named after Harry Eagle, the physician who first noticed that when bacteria are exposed to antibiotics for a long enough time, their population rates not only stabilize; they increase.
The spectra shown in Figure 1 are from a Minimum Essential Medium formulated by Harry Eagle, which is one of the most commonly used synthetic cell culture media.
Eric Mann contacted Harry Eagle, general manager of Vermeer Mid Atlantic, for information about the system's capabilities.