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"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

Follow Your Nose: Towards More Ecological Antimicrobial Therapies

The remarkable transformation in the control of in­fec­tious diseases by antibiotics is one of the glorious stories in microbiology. But now, almost inseparable from their discovery and application, is its nasty sequel, the rapid evolution of antibiotic resistance. We continually read reports of... Read More

Quorum Sensing for the Mutes

It is (almost boringly) obvious that cell-to-cell com­mu­ni­ca­tion is vital in multicellular organisms. To function pro­per­ly, all cells in a tissue have to know – and let their neigh­bors know – where exactly they are, which tasks they're performing right now, when it's time to dif­fer­en­ti­... Read More

A suggested bundle to reduce carbapenem use

Too many carbapenems used in your hospital? Worried about carbapenem resistance? There is no magic bullet... Here is a suggested bundle to consider utilising to reduce carbapenem use. As with all bundles, it may be difficult to show a measurable effect with each individual component, but when al... 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

A Sweater and a Shirt Came Before Just a Shirt

It is not unexpected that the contemplation of bacteria and archaea should focus so much on the nature and im­portance of their cell envelopes. Here, after all, is the in­ter­face between the cell's interior and the outside world. It is also what a host perceives early on when becoming infected.... Read More

Phenotyping Microbial Cells: How and Why by Barry Bochner, Biolog, Inc.

Barry Bochner with Biolog, Inc., presents an ASM Virtual Lecture on phenomics, a relatively new technology that can be applied with diverse microbial cells to expand our understanding of the effect of genetic or environmental changes on cells.

ASM’s virtual lectures are conducted by fellows ... Read More

Microbiology Career Profiles – Assistant Scientist at DuPont Nutritional & Health with Wesley Morovic

Wesley Morovic explains his journey from a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin to DuPont. Learn more about what he does, how he got to his position, and what you should do to get there. Read More

Interview with Phillip Sharp, PhD - Principles of Virology, 4th Edition

Vincent Racaniello of the This Week in Virology podcast interviews Phillip Sharp, PhD, about his career and professional experience in the field of virology. Sharp's research interests have centered on the molecular biology of gene expression relevant to cancer and the mechanisms of RNA splicing... Read More

Diverse host pathogen interactomes for 17 species of bacteria, spirochetes, viruses, fungi and protozoa

The Host pathogen interactomes include the Bornavirus; Borrelia Burgdorferi; Candida albicans; Chlamydia Pneumoniae ; Cryptococcus Neoformans; Ebola virus; Epstein-Barr virus; Helicobacter pylori; Hepatitis C virus; Herpes simplex (HSV-1); HERV-W; Human cytomegalovirus; Influenza A virus; Porphy... Read More

Cancer & Infectious Diseases: Bacterial Proteins/Peptides for Therapy and Prevention

Ananda Chakrabarty, PhD, Distinguished University Professor, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago, discuses how certain pathogenic bacteria, pseudomonas aeruginosa and neisseria menigitidis, secrete protein weapons (azurin and laz) to fight cancer, providing our next generation ... Read More

TWiV 424: FLERVergnügen

Trudy joins the the TWiVlords to discuss new tests for detecting prions in the blood, and evidence showing that foamy retroviruses originated in the seas with their jawed vertebrate hosts at least 450 million years ago.


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Caught in the Act, Literally

As a bacteriologist, when you are interested in the func­tion(s) of a particular protein you're hardly satisfied with biochemical analyses and studying expression patterns. What you'd really like to know is where your protein is localized, where it's actually active in living cells. None of the ... Read More

"Too much knowledge..."

Are we, as microbiologists, getting too clever? Is our increasing theoretical knowledge actually hindering us in our goal of effective and realistic antimicrobial stewardship? Read this article to find out more! Read More

Researchers Use Innovating Methods to Study Vertical Transmission of Microbes

It has been assumed that mothers pass on gut microbes to their infants during and just after delivery, a process called vertical transmission, but because of technical restraints, the evidence of this occurring has been limited. Previous cultivation-free studies have observed the same microbial ... Read More

Advancing Phage Therapy

New research conducted at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida and the National Cancer Institute, in Bethesda, Maryland demonstrate that a subset of bacteriophages, dubbed “superspreaders,” potentially play a major role in transmitting antimicrobial resistance. The research, describe... 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

Building an Ebola Virus Lab in Sierra Leone with Ian Goodfellow, PhD

Ian Goodfellow, PhD, Cambridge University, is interviewed by Vincent Racaniello, PhD, Columbia University, New York, about state of lab capacity in Africa during the Ebola outbreak. Goodfellow made the decision to go to Sierra Leone during the late summer of 2014 after following the media covera... Read More

Innovative Chemical Treatments to Kill Foodborne Pathogens - Michael Doyle, PhD

Michael Doyle, PhD, Regents Professor of Food Microbiology at the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, discusses a variety of alternative food preservatives which can prevent unintended contamination of foods by pathogens and spoilage microbes.

ASM’s vir... Read More
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