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Impact of climate change on parasite infections depends on host immunity

New research demonstrates how climate change and the immune reaction of the infected individual can affect the long-term and seasonal dynamics of parasite infections. The study, led by Penn State University scientists, assessed the infection dynamics of two species of soil-transmitted parasites ... Read More

Happy New Year 2016 from Microbe World

Medium: SA Select Agar (BioRad)
Paints: Green= Staphylococcus xylosus, Red= Staphylococcus aureus, Yellow-Golden= Corynebacterium glutanicum, White = Staphyloccus hyicus
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Freshman Biology Creative Projects!

I have found that students become involved, energized, and enthusiastic when I give them opportunities to explore topics in my classes using their own creative approaches and interests. So this semester, in my Biology 111 course at the University of Puget Sound, I found that students explored f... Read More

HYDROGEL CONDOM FIGHTS HIV WITH ANTIOXIDANT

New research with a hydrogel and an antioxidant aims to make condoms both better and something people will actually want to use. Read More

UGA ecologist finds another cause of antibiotic resistance

Aiken, S.C. - While the rapid emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria has prompted the medical community, non-profit organizations, public health officials and the national media to educate the public to the dangers of misusing and overusing antibiotics, the University of Georgia's J. Vaun Mc... Read More

A Bacterial Bioluminescent Valentine's Day

In this short post, I celebrate Valentine's Day with words of light---using bioluminescent bacteria! Read More

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research begins phase 2 clinical trial of Ebola vaccine

SILVER SPRING, Md. - The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) today announced the initiation of a Phase 2 clinical trial to evaluate the safety and immunogenicity of a prime-boost Ebola vaccine regimen in both healthy and HIV-infected study volunteers. Read More

Microbes and Math_ Handwritten poster

A good mathematical model could give more values to a microbiology experiment and infection investigation. The image is an example of initial deterministic mathematical model of risk analysis for food borne pathogen. It depicts the steps of constructing mathematical model for prediction of risk ... Read More

Defining the rate-limiting processes of bacterial cytokinesis

This paper addresses some fundamental unanswered questions in microbiology: is the cytoskeletal cell division ring a major driving force for bacterial cytokinesis as it is for eukaryotes? If so, what is the mechanism? If not, what process is the major driving force? Read More

Unknown floor isolate

Partial isolate of an unknown organism on trypticase soy agar exhibiting spreading and an irregular-rhizoid form with lobate margins. The pigment is opaque white-beige with a mucoid surface over most of the colony. A dry, dull, matte surface appears toward the outer edges of the colony. The s... Read More

The Institut Pasteur in French Guiana publishes the first complete genome sequence of the Zika virus

Having confirmed the first cases of infection in Suriname then in French Guiana, the Institut Pasteur in French Guiana has sequenced the complete genome of the Zika virus, which is responsible for an unprecedented epidemic currently sweeping through the tropical regions of the Americas. Publishe... Read More

ASU scientists discover how blue and green clays kill bacteria

A new discovery by Arizona State University scientists shows exactly how two specific metallic elements in the right kinds of clay can kill troublesome bacteria that infect humans and animals. Read More

Your viruses could reveal your travel history, and more

The genomes of two distinct strains of the virus that causes the common lip cold sore, herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), have been identified within an individual person -- an achievement that could be useful to forensic scientists for tracing a person's history. The research also opens the d... Read More

A world in microscope

This is a photo of Bacillus subtilis sporulation on Phase contrast microscope. I take the photo by Canon camera! I love the photo this is a first time I have a good image on Phase contrast microscope.
I think, we should dilute the sample before carrying out the template.
Use the lame side, put... 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

Chickenpox, shingles vaccine may cause corneal inflammation in some patients

COLUMBIA, Mo. (Jan. 20, 2016) -- In use for more than 20 years, the varicella zoster virus vaccine for chickenpox and shingles is considered an essential medicine by the World Health Organization (WHO). However, researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine have found, in rare i... Read More

How Forest Loss Is Leading To a Rise in Human Disease

In Borneo, an island shared by Indonesia and Malaysia, some of the world’s oldest tropical forests are being cut down and replaced with oil palm plantations at a breakneck pace. Wiping forests high in biodiversity off the land for monoculture plantations causes numerous environmental problems, f... Read More

Have a Happy Bioluminescent Fourth of July!

In this post from my Microbiology/Education blog, I wish everyone a lovely day of food, fellowship, and fireworks. My laboratory brings you our own "fireworks" through bioluminescence! Read More

Otomycosis caused by Aspergillus spp

The left plate incubated at 37 Celsius degrees.- spores present
The right plate incubated at 25 Celsius degrees-spores absent
Sabouraud Dextrose Agar it was used for the isolation after 24 hours of incubation at 37/25 Celsius degrees. Read More

Unknown White Fungal contaminant on 7.5% NaCl BHI #2 different view

Different view of Unknown Fungal contaminant on 7.5% NaCl BHI after several month at refrigerated temperatures. White hyphae was seen spreading into the agar with no spore formation. Read More
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