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Frontline Investigates the Rise of Deadly, Drug-Resistant Bacteria that Modern Antibiotics Can’t Stop - Press Release

FRONTLINE Presents
Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria
Tuesday, October 22, 2013, at 10 p.m. on PBS

Addie Rerecich was a happy 11-year-old girl who loved sports and talked a mile a minute. But when a mysterious pain in her hip landed her in the hospital in 2011, she began a downward spiral into ... Read More

‘Nightmare’ bacteria are real, and the U.S. needs to act fast

Last spring, Arjun Srinivasan, an associate director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, delivered a presentation to state health officials with some alarming information. Before the year 2000, he said, it was rare to find cases of bacteria resistant to carbapenems, a class of pow... Read More

Why Scientists Are Trying Viruses To Beat Back Bacteria

Not all viruses are bad for us. Some of them might even help up us fight off bacterial infections someday.

Naturally occurring viruses called bacteriophages attack specific types of bacteria. So researchers at the University of Leicester decided to try and take advantage of phages' bacteria-d... Read More

Scientists Turn Dr. Frankenstein, Re-Write Bacteria’s Entire Genome

It may sound like science fiction, but researchers at Yale and Harvard have taken the first steps towards a Dr. Frankenstein-type reality, by fundamentally changing the genetic code of an organism.

The scientists were able to rewrite the genetic alphabet of the common bacteria E.coli, creatin... Read More

Much breast milk bought online is contaminated, analysis shows

Desperate for breast milk, some new mothers who can't nurse their babies are turning to online sources, typically strangers with ample supplies. But a new study finds that human milk bought and sold on the Internet may be contaminated — and dangerous.

Nearly 75 percent of breast milk bought t... Read More

The role of uncertainty in infectious disease modelling

The study found that many models provided only cursory reference to the uncertainties of the information and data, or the parameters used

Research by scientists at the University of Liverpool has found that greater consideration of the limitations and uncertainties in infectious disease model... Read More

A Bacterial Body Clock: Cryptic Periodic Reversals In Paenibacillus dendritiformis

As humans we live our lives in 24-hour increments—waking, eating, and sleeping at specific times dictated to us not solely by our discerning willpower, but also by the greater underlying persuasion of our circadian rhythm. Based on the earth’s rotation from day into night, we have internalized a... Read More

BacterioFiles Micro Edition 140 - Transposon Tunes Timely Transcription

This episode: "Selfish" jumping gene is actually helpful for its host plant's resistance to disease!


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TWiV 255: Longhorns go viral

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