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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

New way to detect human-animal diseases tested in lemurs

DURHAM, N.C. -- Advances in genetic sequencing are uncovering emerging diseases in wildlife that other diagnostic tests can't detect. 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

Insect growth regulator wears a second hat: Infection fighter

During an animal's embryonic development, a chemical chain reaction known as Hippo directs organs to grow to just the right size and no larger. Now Johns Hopkins researchers working with laboratory flies report that this signaling pathway also plays a role in revving up the insects' immune syste... 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

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

Serratia marcescens on Mac Agar

Serratia marcescens a Gram (-) rod seen on MaConkey Agar a selective differential agar used to isolate Gram (-) organisms. Culture was grown at 37 degree for 24 hrs, cultures we light pink. The plate was held at room temperature for 24 hrs after that and the majority of Serratia turned red, pr... Read More

Microbiome: A Cultural Revolution

The Microbiome is enjoying some much deserved attention as people are starting to realize that we are not alone in our body.....and its a good thing! Culture was done using a large TSA plate, Serratia marcescens (red), Staphylococcus epidermidis (white, arms and legs), and an unknown environmen... Read More

An old new weapon against emerging Chikungunya virus

Since 2013, the mosquito-borne Chikungunya virus has spread rapidly through South America and the Caribbean, and is now threatening Southern Europe and the southern US. It causes flu-like symptoms with fever and joint pains, which in some cases can last for months with occasional fatalities. No ... Read More

Mouse or monkey plate

I was examining the anti microbial activity of a wound dressing material against a MRSA clinical isolate using a zone of inhibition assay. After incubation over night, I got some plates which have ZOIs in a shape of a mouse or money face. I attached an image. 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

Final Student Thoughts From My MIcrobiology Course

Today was the last day of my microbiology course at the University of Puget Sound. So I thought it appropriate for students to tell me the single "coolest" thing they learned in my course. Read More

Predicting the spread of the Zika virus

A new tool by Japan-based researchers predicts the risk of Zika virus importation and local transmission for 189 countries. Read More

The Mushroom Farmer Versus Drug-Resistant Superbugs

The rise of drug-resistant bacteria is sobering. Just last week, colistin-resistant E. coli––a “superbug” resistant to the antibiotic that’s considered the last resort for combatting particularly dangerous types of infections––landed in the U.S. Soon, public health officials anticipate, infectio... 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

Center of fungal colony

Close up of the center of an unknown mold colony seen on TSA, presumably an airborne contaminant. The center is raised and "fluffy" with spore formation seen around it. Read More

Tiny ocean organism has big role in climate regulation

Research, published in the journal Nature Microbiology, has found that the bacterial group Pelagibacterales, thought to be among the most abundant organisms on Earth, comprising up to half a million microbial cells found in every teaspoon of seawater, plays an important function in the stabilisa... 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

Nativity!

Marry Christmas!
Nativity was recreated with Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Read More

Trophoblasts resistant to Zika/Zika in the mouse

Two unrelated studies on the Zika virus--one ruling out a theory for how Zika may be passing through the human placenta and another on using mouse models to trace Zika pathogenesis--appear April 5 in Cell Host & Microbe. Read More
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