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Let it Glow! People "painting" with luminous bacteria onto plates #luxart

Painting with glowing bacteria. What better way to get students anyone excited about microorganisms? Dr. Mark O. Martin, a self-proclaimed “Microbial Supremacist” uses glowing bacteria to entice students to explore the mysteries of microbiology. Now fellow microbiology educators at ASMCUE creat... Read More

Memory loss caused by a virus

Well you may ask what virus ?

and I tell you West Nile Virus ( but I want to change it to WNV ). Every year when mosquito season arrives it will bring a lot of diseases . one of them is the memory loss. you may ask how does memory loss concern WNV?
THE ANSWER:

Thousands of people are liv... Read More

Unusual contaminant morphology

Unknown contaminant seen growing on Brain Heart Infusion (BHI) agar plate after several months at refrigerated temperatures, The organism grew at the edge of the agar plate interface, was smooth and circular, cream/beige mat at the base which mounded up, the edges or center of the colony had fi... Read More

Fungal contaminant on BEA

Fungal contaminant seen on Bile Esculin Agar (BEA) after several months at refrigerated temperatures. The fungus was circular at the edges with mounding in the center and blackening of the media indicating esculin hydrolysis. Read More

Table Top Color

Swab taken from the lab table top and incubated on TSA for 48 hrs, left at room temperature for 72 hrs then held at refrigerated temperature for a month. Pictured is a colorful mucoid orange yeast (possible rhodotorula) slowly overtaking several other colonies (yellow is a presumable yeast as we... Read More

Table top mix

Swab taken from the lab table top and incubated on TSA for 48 hrs, left at room temperature for 72 hrs then held at refrigerated temperature for a month. Pictured is a colorful mix of beige mucoid bacteria, orange and yellow mucoid yeast/bacteria, and white grainy fungi (possible actinomyces?). Read More

Unknown Environmental Swab from Handrail

Out door wood railing was swabbed onto TSA and grown for 48 hrs at 37 degree's C, then allowed to grow at room temperature for 72 hrs the held at refrigerated temperature for a month. This is a close up of some of the organisms that grew. One was a white circular fungal colony with hyphae, the o... Read More

Table Top Swab II

Swab taken from the lab table top and incubated on TSA for 48 hrs, left at room temperature for 72 hrs then held at refrigerated temperature for a month. Pictured is one of the resulting bacterial/fungal growths (yeast): Circular yellow colony, mucoid, with a donut like appearance
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SECRETS IN THE SANDSTONE OF CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK

After seeing living microbial mats forming stromatolites in Yellowstone in Part One, now we go back in time to the Jurassic period - hunting for microbial fossils in the desert of Utah. It's Part Two of the National Park anniversary series, live on the ASM blog! #NPS100 Read More

Yellowstone Caldera/Bacterial Mat

Bacterial mats, golden brown in color, seen at the outer edges of a geothermal vent/geyser. Cyanobacteria grow around 163 F or lower. Yellowstone National Park.
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Floor swab organism/Swarming

Floor swab was done for a science project. One of the organisms seen was mucoid, opaque in color and had finger like projections (swarming) after growth on TSA at 37 degree's C for 48 hrs. Read More

Serratia marcescens/

Serratia marcescensgrown on TSA for 48 hrs. at 37 degree's C then held at room temp for 24 hrs. Serratia marcescens is circular, mucoid and has a red to oragne pigment due to the production of prodigiosin. Usually the red coloration dose best at reduced temperatures so after initial grown at ... Read More

E. coli: The ideal transport for next-gen vaccines?

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Most people recoil at the thought of ingesting E. coli. But what if the headline-grabbing bacteria could be used to fight disease? Read More

Mold contaminant on yogurt

Mold culture growing on top of a home made yogurt culture. Yogurt was made using whole milk and incubated for 8 hrs at a ~30 degree's C then refrigerated. This culture had been in the refrigerator for over 2 weeks, well past expiration for home made yogurt. The green mold had spore formation ... Read More

Glimpse of an Alien World, in Yellowstone National Park

This week's Microbial Science Friday article on the ASM blog is a celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the National Park System. It takes place in the world's first national park, Yellowstone--where some of the most exotic and colorful microbial communities live. #NPS100 Read More

microbial art

#microbial #art
bacteriophage streak by Serratia marcescens on N-agar plate ......S.marcescens produce red pyrrole containing cellular pigment Prodigiosin.
photo by :- Pinal Patel , M.B.Patel science college Read More

Bill to provide $1.1 billion Zika funding dies in Senate vote

WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday blocked a $1.1 billion bill to combat the Zika virus, giving Congress just two weeks to try to reach a new deal before lawmakers leave for a seven-week recess in the midst of mosquito season and a growing public health crisis. Read More

A quick and easy new method to detect Wolbachia bacteria in intact Aedes mosquitoes

Aedes aegypti mosquitoes transmit dengue, chikungunya, and zika viruses. A study published in PLOS NTDs reports a new technique that could make one approach to mosquito control--using Wolbachia bacteria that reduce the mosquitos' ability to transmit viral pathogens--a whole lot easier and che... Read More

Lichen Fruiting Bodies

Lichen (Xanthoria spp) Fruiting bodies, disc like structures, seen on the shady side of tree in Santa Cruz, Ca. Read More

NIH-led effort uses implementation science to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission

An emerging field, known as implementation science, may help reduce the nearly 150,000 instances of mother-to-child HIV transmissions that occur annually around the world, mostly in developing countries. A team of scientists and program managers, led by the National Institutes of Health, has bee... Read More
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