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This Week in Microbiology

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TWiM #65: Leanness is transmissible 03-10-2013
TWiM #64: URI and UTI at ICAAC in Denver 18-09-2013
TWiM #63: Superantigens, S. aureus, and the armpit microbiome 04-09-2013
TWiM #62: Breaking bad and protein chain mail 21-08-2013
TWiM #61: The irony of probiotics 07-08-2013
TWiM #60: Microbial electrochemistry and diversity-generating retroelements 24-07-2013
TWiM #59: Are viruses part of our immune system? 10-07-2013
TWiM #58: The brain microbiome? 20-06-2013
TWiM #57: Updating the human gut microbiome to degrade seaweed 05-06-2013
TWiM #56: Live at ASM in Denver 24-05-2013
TWiM #55: In the copper room 24-04-2013
TWiM #54: Dueling injectors and the microgenderome 10-04-2013
TWiM #53: Live in Manchester (with video!) 29-03-2013
TWiM #52: Clinical microbiology with Ellen Jo Baron 13-03-2013
TWiM #51: Cave science with Hazel Barton 27-02-2013
TWiM #50: These things aren’t even bacteria! 30-01-2013
TWiM #49: Grape-like clusters 16-01-2013
TWiM #48: It’s all about direction 03-01-2013
TWiM #47: Resistance on the surface 19-12-2012
TWiM #46: Spore! 05-12-2012
TWiM #45: Secreted nucleic acids RIG a STING 21-11-2012
TWiM #44: Phage interruptus 24-10-2012
TWiM #43: Bacterial caveolae and zapping acne with phages 10-10-2012
TWiM #42: Staphylococcus, a three-star pathogen 26-09-2012
TWiM #41: ICAAC live in San Francisco 13-09-2012
TWiM #40: A mecca for microbiology 29-08-2012
TWiM #39: What Darwin never knew 16-08-2012
TWiM #38: The sound of whooping cough 02-08-2012
TWiM #37: Microbial Jekyll and Hyde 18-07-2012
TWiM 36: Domesticating a pathogen 05-07-2012
TWiM 35: Ohne hauch 21-06-2012
TWiM 34: Doing the DISCO with Emiliania 04-06-2012
TWiM #33: Tuning the immune organ 16-05-2012
TWiM #32: Not the shadow biosphere 02-05-2012
TWiM #31: Screen door on a submarine 18-04-2012
TWiM #30: Unraveling melioidosis and insulin resistance 04-04-2012
TWiM #29: Death and an iron-loaded spike 21-03-2012
TWiM #28: Not unorganized bags of enzymes 07-03-2012
TWiM #27: An inflamed gut is good for Salmonella 22-02-2012
TWiM #26: Suum cuique 08-02-2012
TWiM #25: Magnetotactic bacteria and totally drug resistant TB 25-01-2012
TWiM #24: This year in microbiology 11-01-2012
TWiM #23: Fighting antibiotics with toxic gas and starvation 28-12-2011
TWiM #22: Microbiology 911 14-12-2011
TWiM #21: Symbiotic margheritas 30-11-2011
TWiM #20: Facebook for bacteria 16-11-2011
TWiM #19: Your microbiome is what you eat 02-11-2011
TWiM #18: Escherichia coli K-12, an emerging pathogen? 19-10-2011
TWiM #17: Debugging endosymbiosis 05-10-2011
TWiM #16: ICAAC Live 22-09-2011
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