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New viruses are providing some clues to how viruses evolved

The science of metagenomics has uncovered that viruses are the most abundant and genetically diverse organisms on earth. In an article published in Microbiology Today, Peter Simmons from the Centre for Infectious Diseases, University of Edinburgh, discusses how discoveries of new viruses are pro... Read More

TWiP 25 Letters

Casey writes:

Professors,


I would like to thank you for the excellent podcasts regarding parasites and viruses. Although I must say, I think TWiP is more enjoyable than TWiV. I graduated with a bachelor's degree in Microbiology and a bachelor's degree in Clinical L... Read More

TWiV 124: Viruses that make you better



Hosts: Vincent RacanielloDickson Despommi... Read More

TWiV 106: Making viral DNA II



On episode #106 of the podcast This Week in Virology, Vincent, Dickson, and Rich continue Virology 101 with a second installment of their discussion of how viruses with DNA genomes replicate their genetic inf... Read More

TWiV 129: We've got mail



Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Read More

All for one, and one for all! Symbiosis in a warming world

In what appears to be a warming world, understanding how plants can tolerate and prosper at elevated temperatures is an intriguing topic. Small Things Considered's Associate Blogger Mark O. Martin looks at the symbiosis between panic grass, a virus, an endophytic fungus, and elevated temperature... Read More

TWiV 132 Letters

Maki writes:


To the hosts of TWiV (I find the fact that you're called "hosts" of a virology-centered show endlessly amusing.):


Having been the weird kid reading Virus Hunters on the playground in elementary school, I've had an intense love for... Read More

TWiV 129 Letters

Bryce writes:


I enjoyed your discussion of the Molecular Therapy paper in this week’s TWiV. My lab (and others) have worked on using virus particles as scaffolds to increase the immunogenicity of various targets for quite some time. One thing that wanted to point out ... Read More

TWiV 141: Mickey gets HCV



Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Rich Condit, Read More

100 Incredible Lectures from the World’s Top Scientists

This blog posting has links to 100 lectures by notable scientists in the areas of biology and medicine, earth and environment and much more. It says, "thanks to the Internet, and our list of 100 incredible lectures, you’ve now got access to the cutting edge theories and projects that are changin... Read More

TWiV 166: Breaking and entering



Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier Read More

TWiV 177: Live in Dublin



Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Connor Bamford, Read More

TWiV 187 Letters

Don writes:


thank you all for sharing your knowledge in such a comprehensible manner. Thank you also for your stand against bureaucratic censorship in the H5N1 research, and your win. I have two questions. Is H5N1 a highly specific test for a human ge... Read More

TWiV 178: T-Sharp on how tequila mosquito



Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Rich Condit, and Read More

KEGG pathway analysis of 1443 HIV-1/host interactions

There are 1443 host viral interactions in the NCBI database. These were pumped through a KEGG pathway analsis, providing a useful insight into the multiple processes affected by HIV-1 infection. These include life cycle pathways , endocytosis and the like, but also many immune-related pathways a... Read More

TWiV 194: Five postdocs in North America



Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Matthew Daugherty, Jondavid deJong, Hel... Read More

BacterioFiles Micro Edition 34 - Social Slime’s Sorus Storage

3This episode: Slime molds farm their own bacterial food!




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TWiV 192: Viral tertulia



Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, and  Read More

TWiV 181 Letters

Spencer writes:


I would like to propose the book:


Netter's Infectious Diseases, 1e as a lis... Read More

Canine hepacivirus, a relative of hepatitis C virus

Contemporary human viruses most likely originated by cross-species transmission from non-human animals. Examples include HIV-1, which crossed from chimpanzees to humans, and SARS coronavirus, which originated in bats. Since the 1989 discovery of hepatitis C virus (classified as a hepacivirus in ... Read More

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