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TWiV 420: Orthogonal vectors

The TWiV gurus describe how to use an orthogonal translation system to produce infectious but replication-incompetent influenza vaccines.


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The Natural History of Cheese Mites

They are right on the border of what is visible and invisible. If you look really close at a piece of aged cheese, it’s possible to see them, barely. The more “artisanal” the cheese, the better the chance that they are there: living within tiny burrows on the rind proportionally the size of gian... Read More

SUBMIT MICROBE ABSTRACTS NOW: ONE IN FIVE ACCEPTED WILL BE ORAL PRESENTATION

The call for abstracts is now open for Microbe 2017, the premier microbiology conference hosted by the American Society for Microbiology. This is your opportunity to submit your important research in the microbial sciences to the largest scientific audience, with a 50% higher chance of presentin... Read More

TWiM #141: Nutritional immunity and polymicrobial infections

Jennifer joins Vincent, Elio, and Michael to talk about the work of her laboratory on how a respiratory virus enhances bacterial growth by dysregulating nutritional immunity.


Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, ... Read More

TWiM 141 Letters

Tom writes:


For the article letter about microbial batteries, I think CV refers to Capacitance times Voltage, which is stored charge. In electronics, current is abbreviated I not C.


The claim in the letter got me thinking about microbial batteries and I wrote ... Read More

Zika virus placental infection differs in maternal- and fetal-derived tissues

The World Health Organization downgraded the spread of Zika virus from a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on November 22nd, but Zika virus infection remains an important emerging infection with an incompletely understood infection cycle. The better scientists understand how the v... Read More

In case you missed it: best of mBiosphere 2016

From archaeal viruses to zoonotic diseases, the breadth of microbiology stories covered on mBiosphere in 2016 was impressive. Here are some of the best posts on mBiosphere from throughout this past year:
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Festive bacteria

Why decorate a tree when you can decorate a plate? Two bacteria (V. fischeri and E. coli) rolling around together in harmony. Read More

¿Is it possible to teach microbiology with Twitter?

Here, we present the results of our pioneering experience teaching a full Basic Microbiology course via Twitter (#microMOOCSEM), consisting of 28 lessons of 40-45 minutes duration each, at a tweet per minute rate during 10 weeks. Read More

3rd Global Summit on Herbals & Traditional Medicine

We welcome all the participants to the 3rd Global Summit on Herbals and Traditional Medicine held during October 18 - 20, 2017 at Osaka, Japan.

We invite all the herbalists, alternative and complementary medicine practitioners, researchers in the field of Herbal and Traditional Medicine, Acu... Read More

How exactly to Manage Company Separation Properly

Moving in a small scale is somehow manageable, but when industrial move will there be then skilled assistance becomes a necessity need. Moving with authorities in moving is definitely a need if you have a wish for safe move, but this becomes a required responsibility to employ them for office re... Read More

BEA contaminant

Fungal contaminant, presumably air borne, on BEA media after 1 month in the refrigerator. Circular white hyphal growth with no spore formation, white hypahl growth slightly mounding in the center. Area around the single colony was back indicating esculin hydrolysis. Read More

Optical tractor beam traps bacteria

Up to now, if scientists wanted to study blood cells, algae, or bacteria under the microscope, they had to mount these cells on a substrate such as a glass slide. Physicists at Bielefeld and Frankfurt Universities have developed a method that traps biological cells with a laser beam enabling the... Read More

ould co-infection with other viruses detrimentally affect the survival of those with Ebola virus?

Ebola virus is one of a variety of viruses that causes a disease that comes under the general heading of viral haemorrhagic fever (VHF). Since the Ebola outbreak in West Africa much has been done to further understand the biology of the Ebola virus. Yet a number of people in West Africa displaye... Read More

Bacterial 'sabotage' handicaps ability to resolve devastating lung inflammation

The chronic lung inflammation that is a hallmark of cystic fibrosis, has, for the first time, been linked to a new class of bacterial enzymes that hijack the patient's immune response and prevent the body from calling off runaway inflammation, according to a laboratory investigation led by the U... Read More

Responding to Zika Critique

Those of us working in scientific research often receive critiques of our grant applications or papers that we submitted for publication. In most cases it's necessary to respond to these critiques to obtain funding or to publish a paper. I'm sure that the responses that many of us provide are qu... Read More

The Power of the Microbiology Report Comment.

Looking to change people's behavior with regards to microbiology sampling? Look no further than the result report... Read More

Fast test can monitor drug resistance in hookworms

In the new work, Roger Prichard, of McGill University, Canada, and colleagues adapted an existing assay, called the Smart amplification (SmartAmp) method, to test hookworms for three known drug resistance mutations. Rather than sequence the whole hookworm genome, the approach measures the occurr... Read More

NIH Scientists Develop New Mouse Model to Study Salmonella Meningitis

National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists have established in mice a way to study potentially life-threatening meningitis caused by Salmonella. Bacterial meningitis happens when bacteria infect the central nervous system (CNS), causing a serious disease that can be life-threatening and diff... Read More

A $5 fix for a nasty parasite

The parasite Cryptosporidium has long baffled medical doctors and utility operators. When ingested, the microscopic protozoan causes gastrointestinal illness that has no medical cure and can be fatal to persons with weak immune systems. Crypto is so small that it can pass through the filters of ... Read More
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