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The intestines and their bacteria are sometimes called our ’second brain’, but studying these bacteria in their natural environment is difficult.

News Medical Jan 14 2021 - 21:37

Global bacteria killing light market is expected to register a considerable CAGR over the forecast period.

MarketWatch Jan 14 2021 - 20:43

Israel Institute of Technology and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Hamburg have discovered remarkable molecular properties of an antim

EurekAlert! Jan 14 2021 - 10:34

A new study concludes that an individual's gut microbiome might affect how their body reacts to a SARS-CoV-2 infection in both the short-and l

Medical News Today Jan 14 2021 - 10:33

Both past and present-day scientists have suspected the intestines of playing a role in various diseases.

Phys.org Jan 14 2021 - 09:45

Bacteria are likely triggering greater melting on the Greenland ice sheet, possibly increasing the island's contribution to sea-level rise, ac

Phys.org Jan 14 2021 - 09:38

A new study indicates the kind of bacteria found in a person’s digestive tract can affect the severity of coronavirus infections and the body’s imm

Voice of America Jan 14 2021 - 08:52

Researchers from the University of Tsukuba identified a novel mechanism by which bacteria form membrane vesicles, which bacteria employ to communic

Phys.org Jan 14 2021 - 08:14

Microscopic organisms living in our intestines may influence the severity of Covid-19 and the body's immune response to it

The Express Tribune Jan 14 2021 (All day)

The bacteria in your gut may play a role in the severity of COVID-19 infection and the strength of your immune system response, a new study suggest

UPI.com Jan 13 2021 - 22:05

The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-

Reuters Jan 13 2021 - 17:44

The microscopic organisms living in our intestines may influence the severity of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and the body's immune res

GMA Network Jan 13 2021 - 13:06

The microscopic organisms living in our intestines may influence the severity of COVID-19 and the body's immune response to it, and could acco

Nasdaq Jan 13 2021 - 12:41

A common bacterial species naturally infecting mosquitoes may actually be protecting them against specific mosquito pesticides, a study has found.

Phys.org Jan 13 2021 - 09:18

A new method uses artificial intelligence and poop to map intestinal bacteria, which could clarify a wide range of illnesses.

Futurity News Jan 13 2021 - 05:48

The body's immune system is the first line of defense against infections like bacteria, viruses or cancers.

News Medical Jan 12 2021 - 22:37

The bacteria lurking in COVID-19 patients’ intestines may play a role in how sick they get from the illness, according to new research.

Fox News Jan 12 2021 - 14:54

A new study suggests that the bacteria in your gut may influence your recovery from COVID-19.

Eat This, Not That! on MSN.com Jan 12 2021 - 12:56

Imbalances in the type and volume of bacteria found in the gut may be associated with the risk of 'long COVID', the symptoms of which

Daily Excelsior Jan 12 2021 - 12:31

A review study from South Korea and a real-world study from China determined the gut microbiome plays a role in coronavirus disease severity.

Daily Mail Jan 12 2021 - 10:00

The trillions of microorganisms that live in your gut might play a role in how well you cope with COVID-19, as per a new study.

IFLScience Jan 12 2021 - 09:16

The bacteria lurking in COVID-19 patients’ intestines may play a role in how sick they get from the illness, according to new research.

Elmoudjaweb Jan 12 2021 - 05:01

The bacteria lurking in COVID-19 patients’ intestines may play a role in how sick they get from the illness, according to new research.

New York Post Jan 12 2021 - 04:48

A new study links the length and severity of a person's experience of COVID-19 with the state of their gut microbiome ; There are also potenti

Women's Health on MSN.com Jan 12 2021 - 03:35

Imbalances in the type and volume of bacteria found in the gut may be associated with the risk of 'long COVID', the symptoms of which las

The Pioneer Jan 11 2021 - 23:33

The make-up of a person's gut microbiome may play a part in the severity of a Covid-19 infection, a new study suggests.

Belfast Telegraph Jan 11 2021 - 23:00

The make-up of a person’s gut microbiome may play a part in the severity of a Covid-19 infection, a new study suggests.

Wales Online on MSN.com Jan 11 2021 - 22:40

A first-of-its-kind study has investigated the relationship between COVID-19 severity and the gut microbiome.

New Atlas Jan 11 2021 - 16:24

DNA is attractive for data storage for several reasons.

Science | AAAS Jan 11 2021 - 11:20

Circadian rhythms are common throughout nature, regulating processes in the body on a 24-hour cycle to help organisms cope with environmental chang

IFLScience Jan 11 2021 - 09:15

Researchers at Harvard and King's College London found links between certain diets, types of bacteria, lower blood sugar levels, and good heal

INSIDER on MSN.com Jan 11 2021 - 08:29

Bacteria may seem like pretty simple lifeforms, but their ingenuity keeps surprising scientists.

New Atlas Jan 10 2021 - 21:32

For more than seven years, a mysterious wasting disease has nearly killed off sea star populations around the world.

SciTech Daily Jan 10 2021 - 06:20

The COVID-19 pandemic is raising fears of new pathogens such as new viruses or drug-resistant bacteria.

SciTech Daily Jan 10 2021 - 04:54

Pyrene and chromium (Cr (VI)) are persistent pollutants and cause serious environmental problems because they are toxic to organisms and difficult

Nature Jan 8 2021 - 21:45

Scientists at the University of Michigan have discovered a bacteria called ''Iron Man'' that they believe can help in protectin

WION Jan 8 2021 - 21:16

A discovery by Michigan State University researchers could pave the way for bacteria to clean up sites contaminated with toxic metals.

WLNS.com Jan 8 2021 - 21:16

Researchers during a new study have found how some microbes can stand up to a toxic metal.

Hindustan Times Jan 8 2021 - 20:57

Biological clocks aren't exclusive to multicellular organisms -- new research suggests bacteria can tell time, too.

UPI.com Jan 8 2021 - 13:58

Humans have them, so do other animals and plants.

SciTech Daily Jan 8 2021 - 11:07

Humans have them, so do other animals and plants.

Phys.org Jan 8 2021 - 11:03

To this, a Korean research team has recently drawn attention for developing the technology for removing antibiotic-resistant bacteria by controllin

EurekAlert! Jan 8 2021 - 07:29

Sherber learned that the patient, who had been at home since mid-March, had recently put on a full face of makeup using products that largely had s

Seattle Times Jan 8 2021 - 06:12

A new device mimics intestines to show how invading bacteria cause disease, making it more practical to find treatments for diseases like infectiou

Futurity News Jan 7 2021 - 13:37

A recent study investigates the role of gut bacteria in type 2 diabetes.

Medical News Today Jan 7 2021 - 10:05

A recent study led by Monash University has revealed diverse bacteria in soils can breakdown trace gases, such as the toxic pollutant carbon monoxi

Phys.org Jan 7 2021 - 06:20

QUT mathematicians from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers applied financial risk management theory to the stu

Phys.org Jan 7 2021 - 06:10

Drug-resistant bacteria could lead to more deaths than cancer by 2050, according to a report commissioned by the United Kingdom in 2014 and jointly

EurekAlert! Jan 6 2021 - 11:12

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, diseases caused by bacteria and viruses have been a popular topic in human society.

Business Insider India on MSN.com Jan 5 2021 - 23:44

The immense metropolis of bacteria living inside your mouth could be the key to understanding microbes everywhere.

Popular Science on MSN.com Jan 5 2021 - 07:25