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Review examines the extent of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria from horses

Bacterial resistance to antimicrobial agents is a significant problem for both human and veterinary medicine, but little research has been done on the prevalence or mechanisms of resistance in horses and other companion animals, and how such resistance might impact human health. Read More

The alien-looking contaminant 2

Description: This is an amazing image of a possible bacterial contaminant on a blood agar. Its structure is very bizarre and almost symmetrical and it has not been identified yet. A researcher at the Blizard Institute (Dr. Lisa Miyashita) had prepared her blood agar plates for future use and had... Read More

The alien-looking contaminant

Description: This is an amazing image of a possible bacterial contaminant on a blood agar. Its structure is very bizarre and almost symmetrical and it has not been identified yet. A researcher at the Blizard Institute (Dr. Lisa Miyashita) had prepared her blood agar plates for future use and had... Read More

Bat SARS-like coronavirus: It’s not SARS 2.0!

A study on the potential of SARS-virus-like bat coronaviruses to cause human disease has reawakened the debate on the risks and benefits of engineering viruses. Let’s go over the science and then see if any of the criticisms have merit. Read More

TWiM #115: Profiling the Poglianos

Host: Vincent Racaniello

Special guests: Kit Pogliano and Joe Pogliano

Vincent visits the laboratories of Kit and J... Read More

Study sheds light on why parasite makes TB infections worse

Scientists have shown how a parasitic worm infection common in the developing world increases susceptibility to tuberculosis. The study demonstrated that treating the parasite reduces lung damage seen in mice that also are infected with tuberculosis, thereby eliminating the vulnerability to tube... Read More

Thrombosis during sepsis is a consequence of protective host immune responses

Researchers from the University of Birmingham have, for the first time, identified how Salmonella infections that have spread to our blood and organs can lead to life-threatening thrombosis. Read More

The Secret World of Museums: How the Microbiome Became a Public Exhibit at #AMNH

io9 goes behind the scenes at the American Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., and explores how their recent exhibit on the human microbiome entitled "The Secret World Inside You" came to be.

"Immense as the museum is, its stone edifice is no match for the ever-expanding body of sc... Read More

Study finds that Ebola vaccine is safe and stimulates strong immune response

Baltimore, MD, November 17, 2015--A clinical trial of a new Ebola vaccine (ChAd3-EBO-Z) that resulted from an unprecedented global consortium assembled at the behest of the World Health Organization has found that it is well tolerated and stimulates strong immune responses in adults in Mali, Wes... Read More

FDA-approved drug protects mice from Ebola

The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa has claimed more than 11,300 lives and starkly revealed the lack of effective options for treating or preventing the disease. Progress has been made on developing vaccines, but there is still a need for antiviral therapies to protect health care workers a... Read More

Controlling the Gut Microbiome to Prevent Bloodstream Infections

In a new NIH-funded study, Dr. Kumamoto and Alice H Lichtenstein, D.Sc., director of the Cardiovascular Nutrition Laboratory at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University designed high fat diets containing coconut oil, beef tallow, soybean oil or a standard ... Read More

European Antibiotics Awareness Day

On November, 18th takes place the 8th edition of European Antibiotic Awareness Day.
Find on the website data, facts and stories to share.
Help us fight antibiotic resistance! Read More

Tracking a deadly fungal foe in snakes' skin

It’s never a dull day for Jeffrey Lorch and his colleagues at the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Wildlife Health Center in Madison, Wisconsin who track unexplained mortality and emerging diseases in wild animals. Think of it as a cross between CSI: Animal Kingdom and a zoological CDC.

“Any... Read More

Child with drug-resistant TB successfully treated at Johns Hopkins Children's Center

Johns Hopkins Children's Center specialists report they have successfully treated and put in remission a 2-year-old, now age 5, with a highly virulent form of tuberculosis known as XDR TB, or extensively drug-resistant TB. The case, researchers say, provides the first detailed account of a young... Read More

Safe spaces play important role in community-based HIV prevention, research finds

CORVALLIS, Ore. - The creation and sustainment of "safe spaces" may play a critical role in community-based HIV prevention efforts by providing social support and reducing environmental barriers for vulnerable populations, a new study from an Oregon State University researcher has found. Read More

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Cyclin' out of gear: Malaria parasites grinding to a halt

Scientists from The University of Nottingham have uncovered the role of cyclin -- the protein molecule that drives the growth of malaria within mosquitoes. Read More

Microbial mats in an Antarctic lake vary with oxygen and light availability

Biofilms are important in many nonmedical aspects of life – they contaminate cargo ships, food processing centers (including your kitchen), as well as occur naturally in many environmental settings. These environmental settings can be as benign as pond scum or as extreme as the hot springs of Yo... Read More

Extracellular DNA contributes to biofilm antibiotic resistance via pH modulation

Biofilms – the bane of dentists and cargo ships alike – are a form of surface-attached microbial growth that is especially hardy. The cellular community not only changes its genetic expression patterns to increase resiliency under harsh conditions such as chemical or immunological attack, but th... Read More

BacterioFiles 238 - Forcing Fungal Familiarization

This episode: Of genes that are similar in yeast and humans, almost half of the yeast versions are functional when replaced with the human version!

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