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We must act on living conditions in the fight against tuberculosis

24 March 2011 – To mark World TB Day, ARCHIVE urges government, private and third sector authorities to pay greater attention to housing/living conditions as an important measure in the fight against tuberculosis (TB).

Peter Williams, Founder and Executive Director of ARCHIVE, says: “Decent l... Read More

El Podcast del Microbio Nº 245 and 246. La levadura de la cerveza lager: una fusión en frío (Lager beer yeast: a cold fusion)



























El podcast del microbio Nº 245 y 246 summarize the paper by Libkind et al in PNAS about the possible origin of Saccharomyces pas... Read More

El podcast del microbio Nº228 and 229: the microbiology in "Contagion"



























El podcast del microbio Nº 228 and 229 are dedicated to the microbiology in the movie "Contagion". Warning: spoilers ahead!. El ... Read More

El podcast del Microbio Nº128 and 129. Cuestión de Equilibrio




























Nº128 and 129 of "El Podcast del Microbio" is dedicated to the paper by Ravel et al. about the vaginal microbiote. El Nº12... Read More

TWiM #27: An inflamed gut is good for Salmonella

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Hosts: Vincent RacanielloElio Schaechter, and Read More

How do we know what causes an infectious disease? (Part 1)

A brief introduction to how scientists prove that an infectious agent is a cause of disease. It discusses Koch's postulates using the imaginary disease chocolatitis and the imaginary organism Chocolobacter as an example. Read More

TWiV 161: Concerto in B

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Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, R... Read More

TWiM 22 Letters

Jim writes:

I'm greatly concerned about the harmful effects of nanotechnology. I'm old, but have grand kids, who already have to live with all kinds of junk in the environment. I guess it's a topic that fits in the virology category, too, since are not nanotech-sized parti... Read More

The State of Science in America

A new survey published by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press and the American Association for the Advancement of Science checks the pulse of how scientists and the public view the field of science. For example:

17% of the public thinks that U.S. scientific achievements rate a... Read More

TWiV 190: The second ferret of the Apocalypse

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Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, and Read More

TWiP 34 Letters

Raihan writes:


Hello Professors Racaniello and Despommier,


In TWIP #33, Dr Despommier said that certain parasites do not need receptors to enter cells, while Dr Racaniello then said that all viruses require a receptor for entry. I might be wro... Read More

TWiV 161 Letters

Ayesha writes:


Honourable TWIVnesses!


I heard this series and thought you might dig it for listener pick of the week: h... Read More

TWiV 98: Murine musings, electric shirts, and rabid pathologists

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On episode #98 of the podcast This Week in Virology, Vincent, Alan, and Rich review the finding of murine leukemia virus-related sequences in the blood of CFS patients and healthy donors, laboratory... Read More

TWiV 178 Letters

Josh writes:


Hello TWiV Doctors,


Two short things:


1. You probably already heard the TWiV shout-out you got on NPR's Morning Edition on Friday, March 30th. It's here:  Read More

TWiP 40 Letters

David writes:

Love the TWIPs! I'm a helminth user (25 hookworm for allergies), so your programs are fascinating!


Dr. Racaniello, after listening to TWIP 33 where you were discussing the history of your surname, I thought I'd give your listeners a way to remember you... Read More

TWiV 167 Letters

Joe writes:


Twivers


I did the homework Professor Vince assigned and went to see the movie Contagion. I really liked the movie and was very pleased with the way the science was portrayed.


I am an Environmental Health and Safety Manager ... Read More

News from the NIH Human Microbiome Project

The NIH Human Microbiome Project, initiated in 2008, is a five-year endeavor at capacity building and creating a community resource to support this emerging field. As a part of developing community resources, the HMP is announcing: 1) key findings on a very large study of the microbiomes of heal... Read More

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

BacterioFiles Micro Edition 34 - Social Slime’s Sorus Storage

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


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TWiV 170: From variolous effluvia to VLPs

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Hosts: Alan DoveRich Condit, and Dickson Despo... Read More

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