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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

Purple Rose


Bacteria used is a bacterial contaminant in PCA medium. subsequently cultured on NA medium. unknown bacteria have purple colonies. until now I dont know what bacteria was, just amazed by the beauty of the color of their colonies. Read More

Happy New Year 2017

This is our way to wish a Happy New Year to all the Microbiologists community!
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2: E. coli, MacConkey Agar plate incubated at 37 C, 20h.
0,1: MRSA on blood Agar plate, incubated at 37 C + 5%CO2.
7: M. fortuitum on Chocolate Agar plate, incubated at 37 C + 5%... Read More

UMMS scientists offer first look at how our cells can 'swallow up and quarantine' Zika

WORCESTER, MA - Eight weeks after receiving their first samples of Zika virus, scientists at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) have shown that a very small protein we all have in our bodies, interferon-induced protein 3 (IFITM3), can dramatically reduce the ability of Zika vi... Read More

Leaf Flora

Bacillus mycoides and other bacteria growing from a leaf placed on nutrient agar after 3 days incubation.
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Birthday pressie from a microbiologist

Reasons (not)to date food Microbiologists

They make good yogurt, tempe, etc.(any fermented food)
They are the master of crème brûlée or any jello stuffs.


And.... Most likely this is what you would get for anniversary/birthday/christmas/valentines, if you ever date an stingy food ... Read More

Bacteriophages seen as plaques in a plaque assay

My introductory microbiology class were able to isolate bacteriophages from raw sewage water using a conventional plaque assay method using E.coli as host grown in nutrient agar. I personally think this is a good experiment because this is the first time that students get to actually "see" virus... Read More

More Agar Art 2016 Entries!

Have you started plating your dishes? Here are more 2016 entries from ASM’s Shorty Award-nominated Agar Art contest. Show us your creative streaking. Contest closes in 5 shorts weeks! For entry rules visit: www.microbeworld.org/art

Entries pictured from left to right: White Westie and The Fi... Read More

Unknown contaminant on Blood agar close up #2

Unknown contaminant, possible Bacillus spp, seen on an old blood agar plate that had been inoculated with Strep bovis. The plate had been incubated at 37 degree's C for 24 hrs then held at room temp for a week. One colony was mucoid with a brain like appearance the other being mucoid and smooth ... Read More

Air sample near our school gym

This is the air sample from the area nearby our school gym collected using Burkard portable for agar plate. Sample was collected in environmental and occupational health class of public health student at Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan. Sampler was operate at 20 liters/min with MEA pla... Read More

Microbial Awards Season in Biology 350!

I like to encourage my students to explore the intersection between art and microbiology. Science + art = awesome! In any event, in this blog post, I describe two microbial art competitions in my microbiology course at the University of Puget Sound. I think my micronauts did some remarkable w... Read More

These Microbes Are Hard To Gobble

For this upcoming Turkey Day, try to avoid the fowl taste that one would get from pecking away at these prokaryotes (Chromobacterium violaceum, Serratia marcescens, and Staphylococcus epidermidis). Some birdbrains may mistakenly consume these potentially harmful microorganisms.

At the risk of... Read More

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

Risk of international spread of yellow fever re-assessed in light of the ongoing outbreaks

ECDC has updated its rapid risk assessment on the outbreak of yellow fever with the latest developments, more comprehensive information on the current situation in Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Uganda and an extended threat assessment for the EU. Read More

PROTEUS

PROTEUS swarming in BG agar, Just beautiful. Read More

Alcaligenes faecalis line inoculation with swarming

A line inoculation was done with Alcaligenes faecalis and incubated for 48 hrs at 37 degree's C. Swarming/spreading could be seen form the inoculation line. Note: Small contaminate also seen on the plate.
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Droplets on Mold

Droplets due to respiration or possible antibiotic production seen in the center of a mold colony. Mold grew pink in the center with green spore formation around the edges and a white non spore forming "apron" This is a fairly common environmental contaminant seen in our lab , presumably airbo... Read More

Endophytic Fungi Isolated from Musa spp.

This endophytic fungi was isolated from a Mussa spp. in Maricao, Puerto Rico, growing in Sabouraud Dextrose Agar. This fungi is actually used in a graduated student investigation. Read More

Serratia and cereal?

I drew this Serratia marcescens flower on an LB plate that solidified before covering the plate bottom. My coworker took a picture and ended up with this addition when she put it on Snapchat. A fun connection between the blood-red bacteria and cereal grains is that it is an explanation of blood ... Read More

5% NaCl BHI Media Contminant

Fungal contaminant, probable airborne, seen on BHI media containing 5% NaCl after 2 months at refrigerated temperatures. White hyphal "apron" with no spore formation can be seen at the edges with brown spore formation seen in the center. Read More
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