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This is excellent. Saved!
Though I'm not sure how much we can extrapolate from an in vitro study.
How unfortunate for those who think it's better to take vitamin A than get vaccinated!
Interesting, but it's risky to romanticize hunter-gatherer microbiomes too much without more data.
There are definitely some similar studies with other organisms. For example: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v465/n7296/abs/nature09074.html
I wonder if it's competition for resources or a direct antagonism.
Pretty sure I found some smut in my garden once, but it was either too mature or too intimidating for me to try eating it.
Sounds pretty tasty. I would try it.
I see two shades of yellow; is one of them unidentified?
Is the growth pinkish because the plate is red?
Subtitle: The Origins of Kombucha. or not :)
I'm tempted to go with Sheldon Cooper on the Big Bang Theory and say lichen, because then I'd get the benefits from both fungus and alga/cyanobacterium. Lichens are also pretty neat in their ability to break down infectious prions: http://www.microbeworld.org/podcasts/bacteriofiles/archives/974-bacteriofiles-micro-edition-45-partners-produce-prion-pulverizing-proteins But having Deinococcus radiodurans' ability to withstand radiation would be cool, or even just some kinds' of microbes ability to make my own vitamins/essential amino acids, heh.
Always nice to see a court side with science.
Good choice! It's a hard decision; there are so many microbes with awesome superpowers.
A lichen is a symbiosis between a fungus and a single-celled photosynthetic organism. If you could form a symbiosis with any other organism, which would you choose?
I support this cause!
Judging all probiotics based on a study of one may not be fair, but I am disinclined to trust anything from an "expert" who uses homeopathy.
That's exciting. Coursera is a good site.
Thanks! Glad to be here!
Thanks! Unfortunately I can't make it to the General Meeting this year because I will be moving that week.
Thanks, Chris! I would like to put them out weekly, but I don't know if I have the time at this point. Maybe if I find a co-host that would be more feasible. I am glad you find it helpful. Out of curiosity, what do you think the target audience for this sort of podcast is/should be?
Thanks! I agree: it's very interesting. I'm always fascinated to hear how much such small organisms affect us!
Thanks! I think you just about doubled my subscribers.
Thanks! I fixed it.
Thanks Chris! Glad to know you liked it. I found out how to embed audio right after I posted this, but unfortunately I think I can't edit it. I'll do better next time. Do you know if there's any way to embed links?
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