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El podcast del Microbio Nº 230: Pequeña Micro-Pila de Energía (New Micro-Fuel Cell)



























El podcast del microbio Nº 230 summarize the work by Li et al. and published in Biotechnology Bioengineering about Microbial el... Read More

Mundo de los Microbios - Episodio 93

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Felipe Guhl Nanneti es colombiano, nacido en Bogotá.  Estudió biología y microbiología en la Universidad de los Andes en Bogotá y tiene grados avanzados en parasitología tropical, de la mi... Read More

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and the CDC: A Long, Tangled Tale

David Tuller, health journalist and Berkeley faculty member, has written a piece on the CDC's handling of CFS. His account draws from interviews, a close reading of a fraction of the 4608 epidemiologic studies that pop up on a PubMed search for “chronic fatigue syndrome,” and a review of many pa... 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 Nº 227: Las sirtuinas no rejuvenecen





























El podcast del microbio Nº 227 summarize the recent controversy about the role of sirtuins in cell lifespan. El podcast del m... Read More

TWiV 158: Wolverines go viral

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TWiV 158 Letters

Ricardo writes:


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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 63 - Bombus Bacteria Beat Baddies

This episode: Bee colonies share gut bacteria to prevent disease!


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El pocast del microbio Nº 226: Robert Koch (2ª parte)



























Second part of the podcast dedicated to Robert Koch. Segunda parte del podcast dedicado a Robert Koch Read More

El podcast del Microbio Nº 225: Robert Koch (1ª parte)



























The third season of El podcast del Microbio begins with a program dedicated to Robert Koch. La tercera temporada de "El podcast ... Read More

TWiM #20: Facebook for bacteria

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New American Academy of Microbiology report tells the story of E. coli

News headlines often paint E. coli as a vicious bacterium, capable of causing disease and death to those unfortunate enough to ingest it. But that is only a tiny minority of E. coli, and a very small part of the story of this remarkable bacterium; its relationship to human health and the food we... Read More

TWiV 157: Better innate than never

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TWiV 157 Letters

Robert writes:


The reason you can't do an ethical placebo test for vaccines is that it is considered unethical to withhold the current standard of care. {see the Helsinki Declaration} "Alternative medicine" promoters complain fairly frequently that testing of their fa... Read More

BacterioFiles Micro Edition 62 - Plant-like Polymer Production

This episode: Algae are good for making bioplastic!


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TWiP 32 Letters

Raihan writes:

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I saw this video during the course of listening to TWiP. Is there any parasitic truth behind this phenomenon?
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TWiP 32: Evasive trypanosomes and schistosomes

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Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Dickson Despommier


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Paleomicrobiology - A Pestis from the Past

A new post on Small Things Considered by S. Marvin Friedman, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biological Sciences at Hunter College of CUNY in New York City, discuses a recent paper in Nature, "A draft genome of Yersinia pestis from victims of the Black Death," that suggests comparisons o... Read More

How good is the influenza vaccine?

I hear from many readers that they routinely get the flu vaccine every year, yet they often contract the disease. I usually tell them that the vaccine is not perfect: it doesn’t protect everyone who gets it. Now we have the numbers to back up this statement, and they are not pretty.
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TWiV 156: Armed and targeted killer meta-analysis

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