Why You Shouldn’t Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
Of the DNA on dollar bills, New York
Analyzing genetic material on bank notes
So many microorganisms, genetic data banks
It was quite amazing to us
Microbes grow on money
passed items in the world.
Circulated every year around the world
DNA was as diverse as New York
spectrum of life represented on money
Annually to provide people with notes
Microbes grow on us
Features for 19 central banks.
Been catalogued in genetic data banks
Counterfeiting durability microbiology world
Linked to gastric ulcers, pneumonia, infections, us
One dollar bills collected in New York
Countries are printing bank notes
Explored the fibrous surface of paper money.
Spending $826.7 million on new money
State treasuries worry more about Central Banks
95% are used as replacement bank notes
A body-temperature wallet is a petri dish world
Replacement notes sources New York
Easily the most abundant species they found is us.
Previous studies that examined samples under us
Glimpse into the international problem of dirty money
Genome sequencing at the University of New York
Designs currency security features for 19 central banks
Flexible plastic polymer film world
Nutrients when we handle bank notes.
E.coli bacteria like a toilet seat on bank notes
A study of the public-health effect on us
Canada, Kingdom of Bhutan, Australia, London, World
International problem from rupees to euros, paper money
Wear and tear, bulk, weight, and dirty dollar banks
The first comprehensible study researchers at New York.
Their research New York unpublished director notes
Medium exchange of banks, university work of us
Antibiotic resistant money, cotton-linen blend world.
* Hotz, Robert Lee, “Why You Shouldn’t Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is,” The Wall Street Journal, 18 April 2014, U.S. NEWS (online)