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The genes, including NDM-1, were found in an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean.
The isolate belongs to a strain of MDR Klebsiella that has spread globally.
The CDC says it needs to respond faster, earlier with each new threat.
Environment samples tested positive for the "nightmare bacteria," indicating a possible role of cleaning equipment.
More than a third of drug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae strains belonged to a clade never before seen at such high levels.
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