This episode: Kate Franz and Matt Woodruff from Audiommunity join me to talk about a clinical trial of peanut immunotherapy with probiotics to treat peanut allergies!
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Image of a Slime Mold taken at Hoh Rainforest on the Olympic Peninsula in Western Washington, largest Temperate Rain forest in the United States. Several patches, white and mucoid, were seen on the underside of a fallen redwood tree. Read More
UNSW Australia researchers have shown that changing just a single letter of the DNA of human red blood cells in the laboratory increases their production of oxygen-carrying haemoglobin - a world-first advance that could lead to a cure for sickle cell anaemia and other blood disorders. Read More
Unknown environmental contaminant on blood agar plate streaked with Enterococcus faecalis. Plated was incubated at 37 degrees C for 24 hrs then held at room temperature. Contaminant was not seen until plate was held at room temp for several weeks. The organism was red, mucoid, and had raised... Read More
Unknown fungal contaminant, presumably airborne, found on TSA after several months at refrigerated temperatures. Brown spore formation was seen in the middle of the colony with whit hyaphae at the edges. Colony was approximatly 1/4 of the plate. Read More
Close up of an unknown tree fungus seen growing on a red wood tree (living) in Davenport, CA. Gills were free and not attached to a stem and the cap turned upwards. Read More
May 21, 2015 - A University of Wyoming faculty member led a research team that discovered a certain type of soil bacteria can use their social behavior of outer membrane exchange (OME) to repair damaged cells and improve the fitness of the bacteria population as a whole. Read More