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Bacteria for PET Degradation Discovered

Scientists from Kyoto Institute of Technology (Japan) found a species of bacteria that can grow on polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and treat it as the energy and carbon source, providing a biologic way to break down plastics. Read More

Long Read: How Miraculous Microbes Help Us Evolve Better, Faster, Stronger

Smithsonian.com delves into the weeds of horizontal gene transfers (HGT) in bacteria. A feat that is largely unique to bacteria, it allows bacteria to trade DNA with other bacteria.

Bacteria can "exchange DNA as easily as we might exchange phone numbers, money or ideas".

Explore some of ... Read More

“Too soft, too generous, too nice, and too slow…”

The role of clinical microbiology laboratories in antimicrobial stewardship is often under-rated. This needs to change. Where are the issues and what can be done about them?
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The Power of the Microbiology Report Comment.

Looking to change people's behavior with regards to microbiology sampling? Look no further than the result report... Read More

Zika virus in Nicaragua with Eva Harris, PhD #EIDA2Z

Eva Harris, PhD, University of California, Berkley, is interviewed by Vincent Racaniello, PhD, Columbia University, New York, about the status of Zika virus in Nicaragua. Harris has developed a multidisciplinary approach to study the molecular virology, pathogenesis, immunology, epidemiology, cl... Read More

"The Amazing Adventures of the Virologists” Part One - Chapter _ 1

“We Are Very Much Thankful to:
Prof. Vincent Racaneillo (USA) - Columbia University
A. Prof. Andrew Marsh (UK) - University of Warwick
A. Prof. Gulfaraz Khan (UAE) - United Arab Emirates University
Dr. Ryan McNamara (USA) – University of Chapel Hill, NC
Dr. Sharon Kuss (USA) - UT Southweste... Read More

Immune Cell Products for Research

Astarte Biologics offers the largest selection of characterized immune cells along with cell pellets and lysates, antigens, purified LPS, sera, plasmas and Rheumera™ kits to aid in immune system research and discovery. All cells are of the highest quality and are guaranteed for purity, viability... Read More

BacterioFiles 293 - Millet Microbe Makes Meshes

This episode: Bacteria in finger millet roots create special killing traps for damaging fungi!


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Cyanophages: Maximizing the Photo– and Redirecting the –Synthesis

Daniel Haeusser, an Assistant Professor in the Biology De­part­ment of Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, discusses the misconception of assuming that photosynthesis exists as single process of strict coupling between energy conversion and carbohydrate production. Read More

TWiM #152: Wooden steps

The TWiMmers get cozy with symbionts: the bacteria that allow a giant shipworm to oxidize sulfur, and algae that live within salamander cells.


Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, ... Read More

mSphereDirect: A Publishing Experiment Starts To Yield Results

In January, ASM launched a publishing experiment, mSphereDirect, which allows scientists to control the review process and speed up the time-to-publication after submission. To answer questions about its users and user experience, we gathered preliminary data by speaking with the scientists who ... Read More

"The Good and Bad of Lab Automation"

I am talking here specifically about automation of the bacterial culture process, using Kiestra TLA (installed in my own lab early 2016), Copan WASP, etc. A useful bullet point summary for those who are considering a business case for their own laboratory. Read More

First Ever Antimicrobial Classroom Eliminates 96% of Germs

Classrooms and schools are among the most germ-ridden environments humans interact with. With illness plaguing the building year-round, every appliance is a source of sickness and contamination. In a recent experiment, BioCote, in partner with several product manufacturers, coated one UK classro... Read More

"Tricky Trichomonas"

"What is the best way to test for Trichomonas vaginalis in a cost effective manner? It's a classic trade-off between money and assay sensitivity." Read More

#microMOOC Microbes around us (in Spanish)

Microbes around us is an introductory open on line course of microbiology. Key words are: bacteria, virus, biodiversity, microbial evolution, extremophiles, microbiota, rumen, nitrogen cycle, biotechnology, industrial microbiology, biodegradation, biofuel, microbial engineering, infectious disea... Read More

Emerging Pathogen Surveillance with Jonna Mazet, PhD

Jonna Mazet, PhD, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, is interviewed by Vincent Racaniello, PhD, Columbia University, New York, about emerging pathogen surveillance and public health. Dr. Mazet is the Principal Investigator and Global Director of the novel viral emergence early warning proje... Read More

"Molecular Diagnosis of Wound Infection: The Holy Grail?"

Molecular diagnosis is creeping into many areas of bacteriology, but the diagnosis of wound infection remains "stubbornly" culture based. What are the barriers to using molecular methods on wound swabs, and are there any potential solutions?... Read More

A Happy #MicrobialHalloween to All!

In this post from my research and teaching blog, Microbes Rule, I show off some Hallowe'en inspired microbiological goodness! Enjoy! Read More

Geomicrobiology

Hello Everyone,
While teaching geomicrobiology to Undergraduate student i found some strange and intersting view regarding the topic.

Excerpts from the topic

"But when I came to 2nd part, explaining microorganism, this was the part which left me most confused and should I say most star... Read More
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