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Tag Archives: Bacteria
The bacterial flagellum is an intricate multi protein assembly with many functions. Continue reading
Bacteria (and probably other cells) don’t double in mass before dividing. Continue reading
While zoonotic EIDs are a major concern globally, their impact in less developed countries is disproportionately high. Continue reading
Malaria kills thousands of times more people than Ebola virus each year. Continue reading
There are two types of biologist – those who think that prokaryotes exist and those who don’t. Continue reading
Whole genome sequencing is not enough to diagnose and control Salmonella outbreaks. Continue reading
Streptococcus pneumoniae causes lesions in the heart. Continue reading
Why do some stains of TB cause disease in humans and others don’t? Continue reading
Advanced microscopy has emerged as a powerful tool in microbiology. Here’s why. Continue reading