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Paper-based test can quickly diagnose Ebola in remote areas (video)

BOSTON, Aug. 18, 2015 -- When a fever strikes in a developing area, the immediate concern may be: Is it the common flu or something much worse that requires quarantine? To facilitate diagnosis in remote, low-resource settings, researchers have developed a paper-based device that changes color, d... Read More

Bacterial Artistry - Serratia marcesens

Serratia marcesens is a Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacterium that is commonly found in soil, water, on plants and in animals and thrives in damp conditions. This organism is well known for its production of the blood red pigment, prodigiosin. Production of prodigiosin can be influenced by several... Read More

Nipah virus virions, related to Hendra virus

This transmission electron micrograph (TEM) depicted a number of Nipah virus virions that had been isolated from a patient's cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) specimen.

Nipah virus is a member of the family Paramyxoviridae, and is related, but not identical to Hendra virus. Nipah virus was initially ... Read More

Ancient rock art's colours come from microbes

A particular type of ancient rock art in Western Australia maintains its vivid colours because it is alive, researchers have found.

While some rock art fades in hundreds of years, the "Bradshaw art" remains colourful after at least 40,000 years.

Jack Pettigrew of the University of Queensla... Read More

Bacillus subtilis

Gram stain of B. subtilis showing characteristic G +streptobacillus morphology. Read More

Physarum polycephalum

Physarum polycephalum, slime mold, grown in a large perti plate on moist paper towels using oatmeal as the food source. Culture was grown in the dark at room temperature. The paper towel was moistened every day with tap water. After 3 week’s the culture formed sporangia (fruiting bodies). Im... Read More

clostridium perfringens stormy fermentation in milk

clostridium perfringens stormy fermentation in milk Read More

Toxoplasma gondii oocysts

Toxoplasma gondii oocysts from cat feces. IFA Read More

Caulobacter crescentus

The common waterborne bacterium Caulobacter crescentus reproduces asymmetrically. When a cell divides, one of its daughter cells is a free-swimming “swarmer,” powered by a hairlike flagellum. The other, “stalk” daughter cell is immobile, anchoring itself to a surface with one of nature’s stronge... Read More

Tracheal aspirate

Tracheal aspirate. Gram stain smear (1200X) Read More

Salmonella sp.

Salmonella sp. on XLT4 agar and Miller Mallinson Agar Read More

Orange Fungus image response

Image taken in Jamestown in March, similar to previous post. Several people in our dept have suggested chechen of the forest or SIlvershelf. Read More

Unknown Yeast/Bacteria

Unknown Yeast or Bacteria seen on tip of finger print grown for 2 days at 37 degrees C then held at room temperature for 3 days. Organism was yellow, mucoid, raised rhizoid with large holes. Read More

Agar Double Helix

Inspired by the current Agar Art Contest and the gorgeous red of a recently isolated Serratia, I thought I'd try out my first bacteria "sketch." Using Serratia, Citrobacter, and an E. coli on Hektoen Agar I whipped up this goey DNA double helix! Read More

Achnanthes longipes

Achnanthes longipes (a diatom, Bacillariophyta) (1000x)

Nikon Small World 2012 PHOTOMICROGRAPHY COMPETITION, IMAGE OF DISTINCTION, Dr. Victor Chepurnov, De Water Architect, Ghent, Belgium Read More

Graphic Warnings: Ebola Posters Keep The Virus On People's Minds

The campaign is called "Kick Back Ebola." But the posters pack a punch.

Sierra Leone has reported over 700 suspected Ebola cases, more than any other country this year. To help stop the outbreak, health workers have put up Ebola awareness signs all over Sierra Leone's seaside capital of Freet... Read More

E-coli on TSI

E-coli on TSI Read More

Happy Holidays!

Large TSA plate: yellowish organism is Staph aureus, red organism is Serratia marcescens. Grown for 24 hrs at 37 degrees C. Read More

Molds in aquarium filters

Inside the filters of the aquariums harboring hundreds of species of molds and other microorganisms. In this photo we took a some part of the fungi who live into filters. The fungi are important microorganisms for health of aquarium. Read More

Tobacco bacterias are potential cause of URI's

As if another reason was needed to quit smoking, though this one is certainly a doozy. Read More
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