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Tag Archives: Bacteria
Mosquitoes infected with the bacteria Wolbachia are more likely to become infected with West Nile virus and to transmit the virus to humans. Continue reading
The use of metabolomics could lead to improved diagnostics for enteric fever. Continue reading
Are antibiotic residues is sewage a risk to human health and the environment? Continue reading
A new peptide antibiotic suggests a new strategy in the fight against bacterial infections. Continue reading
CRISPR-Cas systems have taken microbiology by storm in the last few years. Continue reading
This short review is worth reading because it takes a thoughtful and holistic approach to the idea of phage therapy. Continue reading
The latest issue of Microbiology Today – microbial superheroes is available for download. Continue reading
Some groundbreaking new research from my Leicester colleagues that’s too good to resist blogging about. Continue reading