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Common Sense Advice for People Concerned About H1N1 (Swine Flu)

The New York Times has published a nice FAQ ,if you will, about H1N1 and what the general public should keep in mind in terms of worry, protection and symptoms. The article also talks about what public health response is feasible and should be expected. Read More

TWiM 69 Letters

Gian writes:


Beloved TWiMers,


Did you see this paper in PLoS Computational Biology? It's mind-blowing. U. Maryland researchers found evidence for Acinetobacter and Pseudomonas nucleic acid integrated into human chromosomes and mitochondria, po... Read More

TWiV 220: Flu watches the clock while T7 gets a CAT scan

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Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Rich Condit, Alan Dove, and Kathy Spindler<... Read More

Oral Activated Charcoal Prevents Experimental Cerebral Malaria in Mice and in a Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial in Man Did Not Interfere with the Pharmacokinetics of Parenteral Artesunate

Safe, cheap and effective adjunct therapies preventing the development of, or reducing the mortality from, severe malaria could have considerable and rapid public health impact. Oral activated charcoal (oAC) is a safe and well tolerated treatment for acute poisoning, more recently shown to have ... Read More

Cheap Exports: The Economics of Protein Production

Daniel Smith, a graduate student in the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, has a post on the Small Things Considered blog related to his recent paper, Economical Evolution: Microbes Reduce the Synthetic Cost of Extracellular Proteins, ... Read More

TWiP 53 Letters

John writes:


Dear Vincent and Dickson,


I just heard your most recent TWIP. Please keep these podcasts going! I love listening to your podcasts and hearing your enthusiasm for my favorite biological topic, parasites. Remember that for every fan... Read More

TWiV 240: Virology in Vermont

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Host: Vincent Racaniello


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TWiV 252: Who read the last email?

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Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Read More

Inhibition of XMRV by a weapon of mass deamination

All mammalian genomes contain genes encoding Apobec proteins. Several members of this protein family (the name stands for apolipoprotein B mRNA editing complex) are induced by interferon and are intrinsic antiretroviral proteins. Apobec proteins inhibit the replication of XMRV, a new human retro... Read More

60 of the World's most memorable research papers

The Royal Society, founded in London in 1660 and one of the world's oldest scientific institutions, is marking the start of its 350th year by putting 60 of its most memorable research papers online. Several of these documents include papers by Sir Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin, and even Antoni... Read More

SBTM12 - Sequence-Based Typing Methods for Microorganisms / Hands-on Bioinformatics Training Course - PORTUGAL

Applications are OPEN!
Deadline Sept 10th Course dates Sept 25th - 28th 2012

A highly intereactive course where participants will learn a lot about sequence-based typing methods. GTPB courses are designed to give maximum transfer of skills and user independence. Course fee = Euro 320. Lo... Read More

The Excitement of Clinical Microbiology

Clinical microbiologists uncover new and important pathogens, perform the role of sentinels to alert of possible upcoming epidemics, provide statistical and clinical information regarding the pathogens currently on the scene, and spur demands on research to create novel diagnostic tools. In fact... Read More

Are two tails better than one? A look at the Acidianus two-tailed virus

Merry Youle of Small Things Considered fame has a new post on the site that looks at the Acidianus two-tailed virus.

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"Why two tails? Why such long tails? The researchers note that ATV is the only virus of an acidophilic hyperthermophile known to lyse its host, albeit only under st... Read More

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OTRO PELIGRO MÁS PARA LOS VIAJEROS EN LOS AEROPUERTOS DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS - LAS MANOS SUCIAS


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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 27 - Ingenious Influenza Immunizations

This episode: Flu vaccine made by bacteria!


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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 24 - Ant-Associated Actinomycetes

This episode: Bacteria help ants keep parasites out of their fungal gardens!


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An Introduction to Viruses - Kahn Academy

An introduction to viruses created by Salman Khan of The Khan Academy, a one person, not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere.

While the Kahn Academy has over 25 videos devoted to topics in biology, there are hundreds more in a va... Read More

TWiV 191: When two rights make a wrong

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TWiP 78: Eau de rodent

 


Vincent and Dickson discuss how malaria parasites induce odors in their rodent hosts that attract mosquitoes.


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Use of a Class 1 Safety Cabinet (video)

This video shows you how a Class 1 microbiological safety cabinet works. Read More
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