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I would just like to start by saying thank you for the wonderful podcast.


Today I found this article (http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127226355) on npr which seems to describe a remarkably effectiv... Read More

TWiV 89: Where do viruses vacation?

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On episode #89 of the podcast This Week in Virology, Vincent and Alan review recent findings on the association of the retrovirus XMRV with ME/CFS, reassortment of 2009 pandemic H1N1 influenza virus... Read More

BREAKING: A Colorado company has recalled 66,000 pounds of bison meat sold nationwide after federal agriculture officials linked it to E. coli sicknesses.

A Colorado company has recalled 66,000 pounds of bison meat sold nationwide after federal agriculture officials linked it to E. coli sicknesses.

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Wallabies and bats harbor 'fossil' genes from the most deadly family of human viruses

Modern marsupials may be popular animals at the zoo and in children's books, but new findings by University at Buffalo biologists reveal that they harbor a "fossil" copy of a gene that codes for filoviruses, which cause Ebola and Marburg hemorrhagic fevers and are the most lethal viruses known t... Read More

What's eating you? - Bugs, bacteria, and zombies

Not all zombies are created equal. The most popular zombie archetype is a shambling, brain-eating member of the recently deceased, but, in recent films from 28 Days Later to Zombieland, the definition of what a zombie is or isn't has become more complicated. Does a zombie have to be a cannibal c... Read More

Cell Phone Microscope Poised to Begin Trials in Africa

Cell phones are accumulating a Swiss Army Knife-esqe assortment of capabilities; substituting as cameras, providing internet access, and soon operating as medical labs if Aydogan Ozcan's plans come to fruition. This month's cover article of the journal Lab on a Chip features the latest creation... Read More

Are bad bugs making you fat?

Are trillions of bacteria to blame for your elastic-waist jeans and poolside muumuu? Did microbes make you devour double bowls of triple-fudge ice cream last night?

It only sounds like a horror movie. A growing stack of research suggests that the mysterious, microscopic "zoo" in your digestiv... Read More

Antibiotic Use Boosts Risk of Infection with Clostridium Bacteria

Antibiotic-resistant Staph infection is not the only emerging bacterial threat. Now a different bug — Clostridium difficile - is gaining strength.

C. difficile causes mild or severe diarrhea and, while rare, in some cases gets into the bloodstream, where it is life threatening. In the past C.... Read More

West Nile virus shows up in mosquitoes in Dongan Hills

Some of the first mosquitoes to test positive for the West Nile virus this year have been found by health officials in Dongan Hills.

Infected bugs also turned up in several neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens.

No human cases have been detected yet

"West Nile Virus has returned to New Y... Read More

Sewage raises West Nile virus risk

Sewage that overflows into urban creeks and streams during periods of heavy rain can promote the spread of West Nile Virus, an Emory study finds.

The analysis of six years of data showed that people living near creeks with sewage overflows in lower-income neighborhoods of Southeast Atlanta ha... Read More

Publication of XMRV papers should not be blocked

The findings by the NIH and FDA that XMRV is associated with chronic fatigue syndrome has been accepted for publication by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Release of the article has been blocked by PNAS due to work carried out by the US Centers for Disease Control and... Read More

Of Ancient Curses, Microbes, and the ASM

It is our pleasure to begin an annual tradition of hosting a few reflections from the incoming president of the ASM.

by Bonnie L. Bassler

On July 1, as I start my term as ASM President, I am reminded of three ominous curses of dubious ancient origin:

1. May you live in interesting ti... Read More

CDC issues new guidelines on detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infections

Today the United States (U.S.) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new and important guidelines on the detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infections, the causative agent of tuberculosis (TB).

In these landmark guidelines, CDC advises that Interferon Gamma Release A... Read More

Researchers Identify What Makes MRSA Lethal

Scientists studying the so-called "superbug" MRSA have identified one of the components responsible for making it so deadly.

Staphylococcus aureus is a type of bacteria commonly found on the skin that is relatively harmless unless it gets into the bloodstream, where it can cause blood poisoni... Read More

BacterioFiles Episode 15

In this show, I report on three exciting stories: how viral invasions might've shaped human evolution, how bacteria are good for the immune system, and using viruses for medicine. Plus, biofuels special extravaganza!

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Mundo de los Microbios - Episodio 55

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A continuacion: Algo se está pegando a sus dientes, El secuestro de los receptores nucleares, El papel de los microbios en los arrecifes coralinos sanos.


Algo se está pegando a sus... Read More

MTS53 - Bonnie Bassler - The Bacterial Wiretap

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Will Oil-Eating Bacteria Plague the Gulf?

As though the Gulf Coast states don't have enough to worry about with crude oil spewing into the water at an estimated rate of 5,000 barrels a day, they soon may also have to worry about bacterial plumes. A microbe called Vibrio parahaemolyticus, common in warm coastal waters like the Gulf, thr... Read More

2-Billion-Year-Old Fossils May Be Earliest Known Multicellular Life

A newly discovered group of 2.1-billion-year-old fossil organisms may be the earliest known example of complex life on Earth. They could help scientists understand not just when higher life forms evolved, but why.

The fossils — flat discs almost 5 inches across, with scalloped edges and radia... Read More

The Application of Standards to the NIH Roadmap Human Microbiome Project

Barbara Methe, Professor in the Departments of Human Genome Medicine and Microbial and Environmental Genomics at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI), gives an overview of the Human Microbiome Project at the 9th Genomic Standards Consortium Workshop held at the J. Craig Venter Institute in Rockv... Read More
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