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Mireia Coscollá, a researcher at the Institute for Integrative Systems Biology (I2SysBio), a joint center of the University of Valencia and the Spa

Medical Xpress Apr 16 2021 - 07:57

Mireia Coscollá, a researcher at the Institute for Integrative Systems Biology (I2SysBio), a joint centre of the University of Valencia and the Spa

News Medical Apr 16 2021 - 07:10

Autopsies of COVID-19 victims in Russia have shown COVID-19 to be the cause of death in thousands of instances.

Reuters Apr 15 2021 - 09:44

Owners of Dungeness Valley Creamery, 1915 Towne Road, learned early Tuesday, April 13, that they could resume sales and distribution of the farm’s

Sequim Gazette Apr 14 2021 - 01:30

The first person formally treated with Recce Pharmaceutical's (ASX:RCE) next-generation antibiotic calls it a "bloody miracle".

stockhead on MSN.com Apr 13 2021 - 13:21

Almost all bacteria rely on the same emergency valves—protein channels that pop open under pressure, releasing a deluge of cell contents.

Phys.org Apr 13 2021 - 09:39

If we understood how those protein channels worked, antibiotic drugs could be designed to open them on demand, draining a bacterium of its nutrient

Armed robbery in Revesby Apr 13 2021 - 06:44

Researchers found that H.

Science Daily Apr 12 2021 - 11:25

In a new project, a research team will build biosensors using bacteria that can sense and communicate levels of nutrients in a body of water with e

RPI News Apr 12 2021 - 09:35

Engineers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute are teaming up with an unexpected ally – a metal-breathing bacterium called Shewanella oneidensis MR1

Armed robbery in Revesby Apr 12 2021 - 08:39

And the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), has now determined that a Vibrio bacterium specific to fish seems to be causing

The Two River Times Apr 9 2021 - 03:00

Dungeness Valley Creamery stopped distribution of its raw milk last week and issued a voluntary recall of all raw milk products with a ‘Best By’ da

Sequim Gazette Apr 7 2021 - 01:30

"Objects in nature have such unique features, like spikes sharper than a bacterium, which give them the power of disturbing and killing a bact

Laboratory Equipment Apr 7 2021 - 01:02

"Objects in nature have such unique features, like spikes sharper than a bacterium, which give them the power of disturbing and killing a bact

Phys.org Apr 6 2021 - 07:59

It’s a bacterium called Serratia marcescens, and it can grow in wet areas. Chlorine in city water helps prevent it.

MSN Apr 6 2021 - 07:36

Here's what it is and how to remove it. Plus, check out these other hidden home dangers you should never ignore.

MSN Apr 5 2021 - 13:18

SEQUIM — Dungeness Valley Creamery has shut down distribution of its raw milk and issued a voluntary recall of all raw milk products with a ‘Best B

Peninsula Daily News Apr 4 2021 - 01:38

A new study investigating the effects of two organic seaweed extracts on atopic dermatitis (AD), the most common type of eczema, suggests they may

Cosmetics Design Apr 1 2021 - 08:53

The metabolic network of the last bacterial common ancestor, LBCA. The small circles are metabolites or compounds; the diamonds are reactions.

technologynetworks.com Apr 1 2021 - 01:44

‘CiaD protein may be the key to blocking the nauseating bacterium, as Campylobacter jejuni (green) accounts for 400 to 500 million cases of diarrhe

Medindia Mar 31 2021 - 14:48

They can now even infer the shape of the first bacterium. Roughly five years ago, Institute Head Prof. Dr.

Science Daily Mar 31 2021 - 11:19

Campylobacter jejuni (green) is shown infecting a human cell. The bacteria account for 400 to 500 million cases of diarrhoea annually.

technologynetworks.com Mar 31 2021 - 02:05

A lung infection occurs when a dangerous microbe, such as a bacterium or a virus, gets into the lungs and causes damage.

Medical News Today Mar 29 2021 - 17:00

Until the Konkel Lab's latest finding, the functions of the bacterium's proteins and how they infect the cell were largely unknown.

Medical Xpress Mar 29 2021 - 17:00

Trends Microbiol. 2010;18:413–22. Eloe EA, Lauro FM, Vogel RF, Bartlett DH.

Nature Mar 29 2021 - 01:47

At some point in the 14th century, the bacterium Yersinia pestis somehow moved out of the rodent population in western China and became wildly infe

Smithsonian Magazine Mar 26 2021 - 18:58

Scientists have uncovered a cellular process that enables deep-sea bacteria to survive the high pressures found at the bottom of the ocean.

Nature Mar 26 2021 - 12:46

Lyme disease has been diagnosed in dogs in all 50 states in the U.S., but luckily it's an easy health condition to prevent with the right care

YAHOO!News Mar 26 2021 - 10:36

There’s something about Listeria that makes it a food safety nightmare. The bacterium has caused thousands of infections over the...

Popular Science Mar 25 2021 - 23:17

Scientists have developed a chemically modified variant of a photosynthetic enzyme sourced from a bacterium.

Science Daily Mar 24 2021 - 08:35

Scientists from the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology at The University of Tokyo calculated the efficiency of the sensory netwo

Phys.org Mar 24 2021 - 07:18

Tuberculosis is a disease that every year kills as many as COVID 19 does March 24 World Tuberculosis Day marks the anniversary of a momentous occas

openpr.com Mar 23 2021 - 05:22

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Australian Broadcasting Corporation Mar 22 2021 - 19:47

Sharpshooter leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Cicadellinae) are important vectors of the plant pathogenic bacterium Xylella fastidiosa Wells e

Nature Mar 22 2021 - 03:50

While the strain and impact can vary widely, this commensal bacterium is on virtually every hog farm.

The Pig Site Mar 22 2021 - 03:42

Researchers have discovered a bacterium, which could cause their potential extinction.

Science Daily Mar 22 2021 - 03:24

In 1882 Dr Robert Koch announced he had discovered the bacterium that causes tuberculosis, which opened the way towards diagnosing and curing this

Business Line Mar 21 2021 - 03:18

Bacterium responsible for deaths of critically endangered species.

SciTech Daily Mar 20 2021 - 11:03

Extremely preterm infants can suffer from a life-threatening inflammation of the gut.

Daily Mar 19 2021 - 19:10

Endangered reptile species on the iconic island have been dying, with two species becoming extinct in the wild. Now, researchers have found the

BBC Focus Mar 18 2021 - 06:16

The move towards restoring soil fertility through the Ministry of Agriculture’s initiative of developing, distributing, and installing Bacterium Cu

Fiji Times Mar 17 2021 - 12:30

Biologists have found four bacterial strains of the Methylobacteriaceae family in surface samples collected from the International Space Station (I

Sci-News Mar 17 2021 - 11:39

Dr Matthew Sullivan and colleagues from the School of Medical Science discovered the bacterium, which often infects healthy humans, has specialised

India Education Diary Mar 17 2021 - 10:30

As a result, Idaho potato processors must treat and dispose of a large amount of wastewater that contains organic matter, silt and sand.

EurekAlert! Mar 17 2021 - 09:09

Here, we have shown that the unicellular bacterium L.

Nature Mar 17 2021 - 03:09

Bacteria (round spheres) on the surface of the bladder where they encounter urine to make their DNA. (Image: Glen Ulett) Streptococcus,

Armed robbery in Revesby Mar 16 2021 - 21:54

A/S (NASDAQ: EVAX), a clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in the development of AI-driven immunotherapies to improve the lives of pat

Yahoo Finance Mar 16 2021 - 00:30

Trillions of commensal microbes live on the mucosal and epidermal surfaces of the body and it is firmly established that this microbiome affects it

News Medical Mar 15 2021 - 21:54

Climate change and suburban development are bringing people into contact with more ticks that can cause the disease.

U.S. News & World Report on MSN.com Mar 15 2021 - 13:56

Some of the best-known human pathogens—from the plague bacterium Yersinia pestis to the diarrhea pathogen Salmonella—use a tiny hypodermic needle t

Phys.org Mar 15 2021 - 07:47