Plastic eating bacteria (PBD) can cause cancer.

Greenhouse plastic (GPL) can also cause cancer, according to a study by researchers at Columbia University.

The findings are published online in the journal Science.

In addition to being a plastic killer, plastic can also form part of a biocide that kills bacteria.

The new study focused on a plastic case that was manufactured in Japan, and researchers found that it was a more likely source of cancer than the same case that used a plastic bag, according.

In the study, researchers from Columbia and the University of Rochester used two types of plastic bags to collect samples of plastic-eating bacteria.

They found that both types of bags were a more dangerous source of bacteria than a plastic phone case.

They tested the bacteria in two different ways: in a culture medium that had been incubated for a week, and in a non-cultured medium, the researchers say.

The researchers found bacteria that were resistant to both types, but that were also more abundant in the plastic bag.

When they mixed the cultures, they found that they had a higher abundance of the bacteria when the cultures were incubated in the culture medium, compared with the non-culture medium.

“We found that bacteria that are sensitive to the chemical formaldehyde in plastic bags can form resistance to the formaldehyde,” said Michael B. Schoenfeld, associate professor of microbiology at Columbia and a senior author of the study.

The study adds to growing evidence that the plastic bags have cancer-causing properties.

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) in 2015 found that the growth of some types of cancer in plastic-eaters is tied to the number of plastic cases in a household.

The NCI also estimated that if the same amount of plastic was used in the United States each day, the growth rate of plastic eating B. burgdorferi in the intestines of people over the age of 65 would be 10 times higher than in people under the age, as well as 10 times more than in those with normal weight.

B. brugdorferidis is a type of plastic bacteria that can be found in the intestine and can be resistant to a range of antibiotics.

The number of cases of B. burdorferis has been increasing in the U.S. and Europe, as people have increasingly switched to disposable plastic bags over disposable phone cases.

Plastic bags are the most common form of plastic pollution in the world, according the World Health Organization.

The Environmental Protection Agency has launched a program to encourage people to replace their plastic shopping bags with reusable ones, including reusable bags, that contain less plastic and use less energy.

The agency says that if people are to reduce the number and the energy consumption of plastic waste, they should be encouraged to use reusable bags.

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