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Both cyanobacteria and eukaryotic microalgae are promising organisms for sustainable production of bulk products such as food, feed and fuels. Continue reading
The BSE epidemic cost us billions, and devastated the British farming industry. Now, that plague is at an end. Overall, as many as three million animals were infected; in the peak year, 1992, the UK saw 37,280 diagnoses. Yet there are … Continue reading
Bacteriophages represent one of the most abundant biological entities in nature and have long been recognized for their potential use as therapeutic agents. In recent years overprescription of antibiotics and the concomitant development of antibiotic-resistant ‘super-bugs’ have highlighted the need … Continue reading
The types of gut bacteria that populate the guts of primates depend on the species of the host as well as where the host lives and what they eat. A new study examines the gut microbial communities in great apes, … Continue reading
Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) poses a serious threat to tomato production throughout the temperate regions of the world. A new analysis suggests that the virus probably arose somewhere in the Middle East between the 1930s and 1950s and … Continue reading
Even if we have never succumbed to it, we are all familiar with the sickness caused by noroviruses due to high-profile media coverage of outbreaks in various closed communities, such as hospitals and cruise ships. In this article in Microbiology … Continue reading
As the human population continues to grow, ever greater demands are placed on food production. In this article in Microbiology Today, Monica Winstanley and Celia Caulcott ask, what contribution can microbiologists make to ensure that the supply of food to … Continue reading