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asm2014: Five Things Not to Miss at ASM’s 114th General Session

You don’t want to miss asm2014. We’ve compiled a list of five things not to miss at the 114th American Society for Microbiology General Session.

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RNA Class:The Classification of RNA

Ribose Nucleic Acid, also named RNA, is the intermediary of DNA and protein. Compared with DNA, RNA has less molecular-weight but more classification.With the development of all kinds of research, scientists found that RNA plays an important role in the evolution of life. I hope this article can... Read More

BacterioFiles 270 - Bacteria Block Bug Babies

This episode: Insect gut microbes can be engineered to act as birth control, population control, or disease control for bugs!


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Moleculo Facilitates Assembly and Binning from Soil

Soil microorganisms carry out key processes for life on our planet, including cycling of carbon and other nutrients and supporting growth of plants. However, there is poor molecular-level understanding of their functional roles in ecosystem stability and responses to environmental perturbations.... Read More

Virus Watch: Counting Viruses

In this episode of Virus Watch, I show how to do my favorite assay in all of virology - the plaque assay.

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You Say Auto-phagy, I Say Au-toph-agy: Let's Call the Whole Thing Awfully Amazing

The Nobel Prize for Medicine this year went to Dr. Yoshinori Ohsumi of the Tokyo Institute for Technology for his work on autophagy, the process of digesting unneeded or damaged cellular components. This process plays a role in many central cellular activities, with applications ranging from gen... Read More

Unlocking cryptic Strepomyces genes in the search for potential new antibiotics

Actinobacteria are the bacterial phylum responsible for production of many clinically-relevant antibacterial compounds. Streptomyces is a soil-dwelling genus of actinobacteria that produces drugs like neomycin and chloramphenicol. Despite deriving many antibiotics already from Streptomyces, coul... Read More

History Lesson - The Day the US Senate Tried to Change the Name of Salmonella

In an attempt to preserve and defend the good name of the salmon fished in his state, Senator Warren Magnuson (D-WA), introduced in 1969 a bill in the US Senate pro­po­sing to change the name of Salmonella  to the more in­oc­cu­ous sounding Sanella. In some circles it may seem com­for­ting to th... Read More

A “Polio Warrior” Recounts Decades of Struggle Toward Eradication

Science writer Maryn McKenna interviews John Sever, MD, PhD, former chief of infectious diseases at the National Institutes of Health and current vice-chairman of Rotary’s International PolioPlus Committee, about the early days of the polio struggle and the introduction of the polio vaccine.

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Fungal Magic

Citric Acid Fermentation in a flask. @ www.microbiologylover.wordpress.com https://microbiologylover.wordpress.com/2015/05/15/fungal-magic/ Read More

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Dear water-based life forms:


It is 24 degrees in Overland Park, Kansas and I am looking at a slide labeled "Giardia lamblia", part of a museum exhibit on water and human (over) use of water.


I see a greenish lump. I don't kno... Read More

Global Warming Damages Symbiotic Organisms

Ten years ago, Takema Fukatsu, PhD, prime senior researcher and leader, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan, was invited to Kyoto University as a symposium speaker of a meeting organized by Kenji Fujisaki, PhD, a researcher in the University's Graduat... Read More

Exams, Science Art, and Learning!

In this blog post, I describe how I encourage microbiology students to draw cartoons about basic concepts in the course. I find that this approach promotes ownership, better comprehension, and gives me better insight into what the students are "seeing" in my class. Read More

isolation of lactobacilli from the digestive tract of Sadine and bring out its probiotic effect, in the mediterranean basin Algeria

The fact of using antibiotics in aquaculture has immersed a multiresistance in pathogenic bacteria. This is why a spare solution had to be found which is the probiotics. So for that, I isolated lactic bacteria (lactobacilles) from the intestine of a pelagic fish (sardina pilchardus) and did a lo... Read More

Seeking understanding of the bacterial sec system

How do bacterial proteins destined for export move from inside to outside the cell? As mBiosphere readers may know, there are a number of secretion systems that bacteria use to move materials from inside the cell to outside the cell. Some of these systems, such as the Sec secretion system, are c... Read More

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Discovery-based research as curriculum basis: increasing student engagement through small world initiative

If you are currently a microbiologist, chances are your introductory microbiology lab course syllabus hadn’t changed for decades. The course likely culminated in each student receiving an unknown bacterial sample, the identity of which was uncovered by applying techniques learned during the seme... Read More

Something you need know about Viral Antigens

Something you need know about Viral Antigens
What are Viral Antigens? We can hear this word every time when the heavy flu spreads across the world such as SARS, Ebola and Bird Flu. Actually, a Viral Antigen can be regarded as a toxin and it is some substance which is produced by a virus. This k... Read More

Report on Viruses Looks Beyond Disease

Recently, the American Academy of Microbiology released a new report, Viruses Throughout Life & Time: Friends, Foes, Change Agents that delves into the origin of viruses, the overlooked biological and microbial ecological role of viruses, and how these live forms have contributed to evolution. T... Read More

MetaPalette: a k-mer Painting Approach for Metagenomic Taxonomic Profiling and Quantification of Novel Strain Variation

Taxonomic profiling is a challenging first step when analyzing a metagenomic sample. This work presents a method that facilitates fine-scale characterization of the presence, abundance, and evolutionary relatedness of organisms present in a given sample but absent from the training database. We ... Read More
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