Come join us and be a part of the online audience at ASM Live, the live internet talk show of asm2015 highlighting various sessions and presentations at the 115th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
Microbiologists from selected talks will sit down and discuss their research in ... Read More
Throat swab of (5) years old child from emergency department for culture and sensitivity clinical summary scarlet fever.
Streptococcus pyogenes, or Group A Streptococcus, is a spherical, Gram-positive bacterium. S. pyogenes displays streptococcal group A antigen on its cell wall and typic... Read More
Now about the term Talmudic.
Science writer Maryn McKenna interviews John Sever, MD, PhD, former chief of infectious diseases at the National Institutes of Health and current vice-chairman of Rotary’s International PolioPlus Committee, about the early days of the polio struggle and the introduction of the polio vaccine.
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Unknown contaminant, possible Yeast, seen on TSA agar after 3 weeks refrigerated temperatures. The colony appeared mucoid colony with lobate edges, was white in the center of the colony and yellow on the edges. The agar surrounding the colony had what appeared to be a brown coloration, possib... Read More
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised its guidelines on Ebola transmission on Sunday night, urging survivors to abstain from all forms of sex or use condoms every time “until more information becomes available,” rather than three months as previously recommended.
The World He... Read More
A fragile shield that is separating us from our microbes. Selfie under high level of biosafety:)
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This is my video to participate to the ASM Global Video Challenge. It explains that bacteriophages, which are viruses specifically targeting bacteria, are not dangerous for humans. The myth that all viruses are dangerous for human is broken! This myth is often encountered in the growing field of... Read More
Research teams led by Edward Yu of Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory have described the structures of two proteins they believe pump antibiotics from bacteria, allowing the bacteria to resist medications.
One of the protein pumps, known as MtrF, is believed to be the mechanism tha... Read More
This episode: Bacterial ghosts could make good vaccines for different things!
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The eggs of Trichuris species are brownish-yellowish, about 40x70 micrometers, with a barrel-like shape, a thick membrane and typical plugs on both poles.
This photo take from stool sample of goat.
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A University of Colorado Boulder and North Carolina State University-led team has produced the first atlas of airborne microbes across the continental U.S., a feat that has implications for better understanding health and disease in humans, animals and crops. Read More
As the focus of the Ebola issue shifts from management to recovery and prevention, an array of post-infection effects have cropped up in survivors of the virus. Vision and hearing problems have resulted from infection with the Ebola virus, and researchers are now faced with the task of determin... Read More
About eight percent of human DNA is viral: it consists of retroviral genomes produced by infections that occurred many years ago. These endogenous retroviruses are passed from parent to child in our DNA. Some of these viral genomes are activated for a brief time during human embryogenesis, sugge... Read More
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Background: Dehydrated commercial culture media are hygroscopic and expensive. Cheap, locally
available plant seeds such as cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) ... Read More