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Bed bug bite pattern

Typical bed bug bite pattern, 3-5 bites clustered in a zigzag pattern also know as the breakfast, lunch, dinner pattern. Image taken 5 days after exposure. Read More

Nocardia asteroides on Gram stain

Presence of Gram-positive, partially acid-fast rods, which have grown in branching chains resembling fungal hyphae. (Gram stain; original magnification, ×100). Image courtesy MicrobeWorld user Kyriakos Zaragkoulias, Specialty Registrar (StR) in Medical Microbiology at General Hospital of Thessal... Read More

Yellow

An unidentified bacterium, isolated from seaweed harvested from the Durban ocean. Culture was grown on ISP2 for 48 h at 30C Read More

MHT positive or negative

On the left is test isolate and on right side is positive control. Imipenem MIC by etest method was 0.75 ug/ml. How to interpret this modified hodge test; positive or negative? Read More

Unknown Fungal Contaminant/View 2

Unknown airborne fungal isolated contaminant found on BEA. BEA plate was incubated for 2 months at 4 degrees C once fungal growth was seen. Spore formation can be seen throughout the circular colony. The single colony covered ¼ of the plate. Image highlights the center growth of the colony. Read More

Rotavirus-Infected Cell

Rotavirus-infected cell revealing numerous viral factories in the cytoplasm.

Credit: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)

Click "source" to view image. Read More

Klebsiella pneumoniae Bacteria

A human neutrophil interacting with Klebsiella pneumoniae (pink), a multidrug–resistant bacterium that causes severe hospital infections.

Credit: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Read More

Merry Luxmas and Happy Microbial Holidays to All!

Here is my annual blogpost using #MicrobialSupremacy to wish all readers a very, very happy holiday season. I do this GFP and prodiosin, as well as luciferase! Enjoy a tiny bit of microbial art, relevant to the season? Read More

Streptomyces sp.

Antimicrobial-producing Streptomyces species, cultured from Antarctic soil.
7 day culture on ISP4 medium. Read More

A true cell-fie!

We all know about selfies, made popular by the camera in our cell phone. Well, here is the *real* deal - the 'cell-fie'. It's a photograph of my cell culture incubator full of stacks of plates in which HeLa cells are growing - and it's complete with my reflection. Read More

VIBRIO CHOLERAE O1 ISOLATEDFROM HUMAN STOOL

THIS IS VIBRIO CHOLERAE O1 OGAWA ISOLATED FROM HUMAN STOOL SWAB PLATED ON BILE SALT AGAR Read More

pic art flower

This is a m endo agar, green part is made with E.coli and the red part was with P.aeruginosa. This was a special gift I made for my lab co worker as part of our celebration of microbiologist week in PR. Read More

Researchers discover two new groups of viruses

Researchers at the University of Bonn and the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF) have discovered two new groups of viruses within the Bunyavirus family in the tropical forest of Ivory Coast. Previously only five groups responsible for serious illnesses in humans and animals were known. ... Read More

christmas microbiology

The tree with E. coli (red), K. pneumoniae (green) and Proteus mirabilis (brown) in chromoagar orientation. Read More

Agar Contaminant presumably Yeast

Agar contaminant seen on TSA after 1 month at refrigerated temperatures. Colony was yellow, mucoid, partially circular with concentric circular raised rings with an orangish center. Read More

Budding Yeast

I had a pink fungal contaminant on one of my plates.
When I looked at it under the microscope, I found some budding yeast. Read More

Unidentified fungus on SDA isolated from Air

The organisms were isolated from air of office room and environmentally controlled layer breeder house in Bangladesh. Fungal identity was not confirmed. Read More

Actinomycetes

Cream coloured actinomycetes Read More

Fungal contaminant close up

Fungal contaminant, presumably airborne, seen on a TSA plate after 1 month at refrigerated temperatures. Close up image highlights exudate, water droplets due to respiration. Read More

Gram + unknown bacteria from an art institution

This environmental bacterial was taking from an art institution in Medellín (Casa Tres Patios) by using basic agar. The salmon-orange bacteria need two-three days to grow and in this process it is increasing its own color. Read More
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