Keyboard 'Enter' Key - A Micro Landscape for Germs

Keyboard 'Enter' Key - A Micro Landscape for Germs

 

A typical keyboard "Enter" key (100x) has a porous surface that provides food (e.g., skin oil) and hiding places for germs.

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Keyboard 'Enter' Key - A Micro Landscape for Germs:  Created on September 9th, 2007.  Last Modified on November 4th, 2009

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