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TWiV 231: Hepaciviruses and pegiviruses in bats and rodents

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Repair DNA

Developing tricks and tools to keep their enzymes in order is one way thermophiles survive. They also use techniques to keep their DNA from falling apart under intense heat. Like proteins, the parts of the long, spiral ladder-shaped DNA molecule start to unravel and break apart under high hea... Read More

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Hello, my name is Daniel, I am a first year graduate student at Michigan State. I would like to thank you all for making a great podcast. I recently caught up to the most current episodes by having my o... Read More

TWiV 232: Gophers go viral

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TWiV 251: Don't kiss the camel

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TWiV 226: Taking the viral A train with Terry Dermody

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TWiV 308: The Running Mad Professor

Tom talks with Vincent about viral central nervous system infections of global importance, Ebola virus, and running the fastest marathon dressed as a doctor.


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Sanctuary chimps show high rates of drug-resistant staph

Chimpanzees from African sanctuaries carry drug-resistant, human-associated strains of the bacteria Staphlyococcus aureus, a pathogen that the infected chimpanzees could spread to endangered wild ape populations if they were reintroduced to their natural habitat, a new study shows.

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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 31 - Bacterial Biofertilizer

This episode: Bacteria as fertilizer!


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The Great Epidemic - American Chestnut Blight

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TWiV 234: Live in Denver

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Jay Keasling -Engineering Microbes to Produce Fuels

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New Diagnostic Fast and Effective at Finding TB in Elephants: Benefits for Pachyderms and Public Health

A serological test is highly accurate at finding tuberculosis infection in elephants, and can determine such infection years before culture, according to a study in the August Clinical and Vaccine Immunology (click source to download the .pdf of the journal article). The issue is critical not on... Read More

TWiV 229: Partly cloudy with a high of H7N9

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HIV cure could be all in the 'mix'

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