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Estrogen protective against flu virus in women but not men, study suggests

Estrogen dramatically reduced the amount of flu virus that replicated in infected cells from women but not from men, a new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health shows. Read More

Infant-friendly flu vaccine developed with key protein

According to the World Health Organization, influenza causes serious illness among millions of people each year, resulting in 250,000 to 500,000 deaths. Those most at risk include infants younger than six months, because they cannot be vaccinated against the disease. Now, researchers at the Univ... Read More

Purple Mushroom/Fungus, underside

Purple mushroom seen after several day of heavy rain in the leaf litter and shade of a pine tree. in Santa Cruz, CA. This mushrrom had been knocked over exposing the underside of the cap. The cap was smooth and almost mucoid, gills were not attached to the stem Read More

Purple Mushroom/Fungus

Purple mushroom seen after several day of heavy rain in the leaf litter and shade of a pine tree. in Santa Cruz, CA The cap was smooth and almost mucoid, gills were not attached to the stem Read More

TWiV 372: Latent viral tendencies

Hosts: Vincent RacanielloAlan DoveRich Condit Read More

Cooties Catcher/Hand print

I was asked to consult on a hand print experiment done in a public school in NY showing what grows on our hands and the importance of hand washing....did not know I was going to be in it. A nice start to finish hand print "experiment" in a short 2 min video. Note: 1). I was not consulted on th... Read More

TWiM #119: Power of one

Hosts: Vincent RacanielloMichael Schmidt, and Read More

TWiM 119 Letters

Jeanne writes:


Dear TWiM,
 
With regard to the question about culturing gut microbes from Drosophila:
 
I was lucky enough to take a sabbatical in the lab of Dr. Angela Douglas (http://angeladouglasl... Read More

Toward development of microarrays to test water safety

Imagine taking an ocean-side vacation, with the sun, sand, and water lulling you to relaxed bliss. After day at the beach, you experience an intense bout of stomach cramps and – more delicately put – GI distress. A rare day off is ruined because of a bug you picked up. Next, imagine a situation ... Read More

The switch from trivalent to bivalent oral poliovirus vaccine: Will it lead to polio?

In four months, 155 countries will together switch from using trivalent to bivalent oral poliovirus vaccine. Will this change lead to more cases of poliomyelitis? Read More

Scientists uncover how part of a protein helps primates fight HIV

London, January 14, 2016 - Scientists have uncovered part of a protein found in humans and other primates that can help us fight off HIV. In a new study published in the journal Heliyon, researchers discover how this structure can stop HIV from working and switch on our immune system at the same... Read More

How malaria fools our immune system

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) reconstructed the 3D structure of one of the proteins of Plasmodium falciparum, the causative agent of malaria and the antibodies that act as the first line of defense against the parasite. This research, published in Cell Re... Read More

MdlM116: La importancia de los virus como patógenos emergentes en América Latina

Los virus son considerados por la mayoría como patógenos en todo tipo de entidades biológicas.  Sin embargo la gran mayoría de los virus son inocuos a sus células hospedero.  Nuestro invitado de hoy, el Dr. Paolo Zanotto es investigador y profesor en la Universidad de Sao Paolo, Bra... Read More

Azithromycin During Delivery: Weighing Benefits and Costs

Washington, DC – January 13, 2016 - Some infants of lactating mothers given the antibiotic and antimalarial, azithromycin, during delivery may be protected from disease, or harmed by the drug. These findings are the results of the most comprehensive evaluation of the transfer of azithromycin int... Read More

Experimental immunotherapy zaps 2 most lethal Ebola virus strains

January 13, 2016--(BRONX, NY)--Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) have engineered the first antibodies that can potently neutralize the two deadliest strains of the virus that causes Ebola hemorrhagic ... Read More

Why do some infections persist? Blame bacterial socialism, says new study

New research to be published January 13 in the journal Scientific Reports shows that some bacterial cultures adopt an all-for-one/one-for-all strategy that would make a socialist proud in preparing for the possibility of an antibiotic onslaught. Read More

Myxomicota

There is a special micro-environment in Rancocas Woods where there are several kinds of slimes and jelly fungi. There are yellow, purple and white jelly f.; there are black tiny dots -no identified yet, and hard black balls; there are yellow drops and Lindbladia tubulina a slime that looks like... Read More

New promise for treatment of enterovirus infection

Feeling a bit under the weather? There’s a decent chance you’re suffering from an infection with an enterovirus. Enteroviruses are a commonly encountered virus, especially in the summer and fall. They can cause a variety of symptoms, from cold-like symptoms such as runny nose or fever to more se... Read More

Innate immune defenses triggered by unsuspected mechanism

To the amazement of researchers in immunology and genetics, a previously unsuspected mechanism is activated in the presence of pathogens after only a few hours. "In the hours following an attack by bacteria, we observed the activation of thousand of genes in the cells of the innate immune system... Read More

The Institut Pasteur in French Guiana publishes the first complete genome sequence of the Zika virus

Having confirmed the first cases of infection in Suriname then in French Guiana, the Institut Pasteur in French Guiana has sequenced the complete genome of the Zika virus, which is responsible for an unprecedented epidemic currently sweeping through the tropical regions of the Americas. Publishe... Read More
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