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Testing the evolution of resistance by experiment

One of the hallmarks of bad science writing is the claim that any research to do with bacteria will lead to new antibiotics. In this case, however, the scientists backed up their claim. They took bacteria notorious for nosocomial infections (Pseudomonas aeruginosa) and exposed them to a toxin, ... Read More

Agar Art 2016 Contest Submit by May 6

We hope you've started plating your dishes! Here are some of the 2016 entries thus far. Show us your creative streaking! For contest entry rules visit: www.microbeworl.org/art. Submissions close May 6, 2016 11:59 P.M.EST.Entries pictured from left to right: Symbol of ASM, A Once in a Lifetime Ki... Read More

Research Ushers in New Era of Boutique Chocolate

Washington, DC – November 20, 2015 - A team of Belgian researchers has shown that the yeasts used to ferment cocoa during chocolate production can modify the aroma of the resulting chocolate. “This makes it possible to create a whole range of boutique chocolates to match everyone’s favorite flav... Read More

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was Shared by Three Scientists

BOC Sciences-The three scientists who were awarded for the Noble Prize in Physiology or Medicine were all born in the 30’s of last century. They made the breakthrough both in their own scientific career and on the way of drug development for the whole humankind partly because of the spirit of pe... Read More

Vibrio cholerae population structure changes in a matter of weeks

Although the Gram-negative bacterium Vibrio cholerae (right) is normally associated with human pathogenic disease, most V. cholerae cells spend their lives in an aquatic environment, and only a few of the many serotypes are able to cause disease. When strains acquire the right genetic makeup – s... Read More

Notch Inhibitors are Potential for Cancer Treatment Studies Found

BOC Sciences-Notch inhibitors like gamma-secretase inhibitors (GSIs) are found potential to slow the deterioration of various types of cancer recent studies revealed. Now further study for more accurate information about this application is undergoing, in which different cancer types are involve... Read More

Investigators Map Genomes of Three Historically Important Zika Strains

Washington, DC - August 18, 2016 - A team of researchers from Utah State University, Logan, has characterized the consensus genome sequences of three historically important Zika virus strains. This work is an important step towards developing antiviral therapeutic and preventive strategies again... Read More

'Ensemble' modeling could lead to better flu forecasts, study finds

By combining data from a variety of non-traditional sources, a research team led by computational epidemiologists at Boston Children's Hospital has developed predictive models of flu-like activity that provide robust real-time estimates (aka "now-casts") of flu activity and accurate forecasts of... Read More

MMP #11: Reexamining the emergence of land plants based on an analysis of the cell walls of charophycean green algae.

Host: Jeff Fox with special guests, Øjvind Moestrup, Peter Ulvskov, and Jesper Harholt.


Øjvind Moestrup and Peter Ulvskov, both at the University of Copenhagen and Jesper Harholt at Carlsberg Laboratory, also in Copenhagen, Denmark, talk with Jeff Fox about their hypothesis about terr... Read More

Ebola medical team develops guidelines for treating infected children

When the Ebola virus outbreak erupted in West Africa in 2014, children infected with the virus -- particularly those under age 5 -- faced overwhelming challenges. Not only was there a high death rate among young children infected with the disease, they often were isolated from their families, le... Read More

Insecticide-treated nets may still prevent malaria despite mosquito resistance

Insecticide-treated nets may still help prevent malaria despite mosquitoes developing resistance, according to a new study published in Parasites & Vectors. Read More

Whole-genome sequencing can help ID foodborne outbreaks

As we’ve seen in numerous cases in 2015, food contamination is a real issue for a number of different food types. Vegetable, meat, packaged, fresh – even pet food – we’ve seen too many examples of how bacteria can outsmart our best food safety practices. The Canadian government estimates 1 of ev... Read More

TWiV 389: Alphabet hepatitis with Stan Lemon

Host: Vincent Racaniello 


Guest: Stan Lemon


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Social yeast cells prefer to work with close relatives to make our beer, bread and wine

Baker's yeast cells living together in communities help feed each other, but leave incomers from the same species to die from starvation, according to new research from the University of Cambridge. Read More

Studies raise questions about impact of statins on flu vaccination in seniors

A new pair of studies suggests that statins, drugs widely used to reduce cholesterol, may have a detrimental effect on the immune response to influenza vaccine and the vaccine's effectiveness at preventing serious illness in older adults. Published in The Journal of Infectious Diseases, the find... Read More

TWiV 396: Influenza viruses with Peter Palese

Vincent speaks with Peter Palese about his illustrious career in virology, from early work on neuraminidases to universal influenza virus vaccines.


Host: Vincent Racaniello 


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New SARS-like virus can jump directly from bats to humans, no treatment available

Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have discovered a new bat SARS-like virus that can jump directly from its bat hosts to humans without mutation. However, researchers point out that if the SARS-like virus did jump, it is still unclear whether it could spread from h... Read More

Register now for FREE Microbes and the Miracle of Compost Tea webinar on Jan. 14

Click the above "source" link to register: http://cires.colorado.edu/education-outreach/events/test-event/?eID=409

Join us to learn how and why microbes are the natural secret to a healthy soil environment in growing lush lawns and abundant gardens. The science behind soil microbes and tips o... Read More

Yet another reason to avoid methamphetamine: negative effects of meth on wound healing

Dr. Luis Martinez was on a dream vacation with his three boys. Far from their native New York home, they were traveling along the California coast with the ultimate stop at Disneyland. Unfamiliar with the roads, Martinez took a wrong turn outside of Fresno and found himself in a less pleasant pa... Read More

Breast cancer drug beats superbug

Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences have found that the breast cancer drug tamoxifen gives white blood cells a boost, better enabling them to respond to, ensnare and kill bacteria in laboratory experiment... Read More
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