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While it’s rare for people to contract plague, we want to make sure everyone knows the symptoms,” said the deputy state epidemiologist and public h

The Hill Jul 23 2021 - 09:42

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews Infection with dengue virus makes mosquitoes more sensitive to warmer temperatures, according to new research l

Pink Jul 22 2021 - 15:21

Infection with dengue virus makes mosquitoes more sensitive to warmer temperatures, according to new research led by Penn State researchers.

Medical Xpress Jul 22 2021 - 11:00

The Lyme disease bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi, is spread through the bite of infected ticks.

Tyler Star News Jul 21 2021 - 05:08

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacterium Neisseria Gonorrhoeae It is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases

openpr.com Jul 21 2021 - 00:42

What is Lyme Disease and why do you need to be concerned about it?

WEARECENTRALPA Jul 20 2021 - 11:01

What is Lyme Disease and why do you need to be concerned about it?

WKBN Jul 20 2021 - 10:54

But is the culprit a bacterium, which can be attacked with antibiotics, or a virus, which is harder to target with medication?

Scientific American Jul 20 2021 - 07:00

Kicking life-saving solutions endlessly down the road is the mark of the brutish power of the corporations over the innocents.

CounterPunch Jul 20 2021 - 01:54

Using electron microscopy and high-speed atomic force microscopy, researchers show the internal molecular motor behind the gliding mechanism for My

EurekAlert! Jul 19 2021 - 21:00

In keeping with RISD’s strategic plan, this summer’s 10 Maharam fellows use their design skills to promote social justice and sustainability.

Rhode Island School of Design Jul 19 2021 - 07:50

Lag time is another phrase for the "democracy gap." It is the space between what most of the people want and need, and what those same pa

Common Dreams Jul 19 2021 - 07:29

The Medici Chapels and the bacteria useful to art: with Anna Rosa Sprocati we talk about the method of bio-restoration patented by ENEA

laconceria Jul 19 2021 - 01:19

Harvard University microbiology student Indumathi Prakash was just seven years old when a tick bite near her home in Massachusetts gave her Lyme di

The Canadian Press on MSN.com Jul 18 2021 - 04:00

Scientists have designed a device to inactivate a bacterium that causes infection An illustration of the potential new treatment for middle ear inf

nsf.gov Jul 16 2021 - 16:52

After years of research, the molecular structure of the enzyme responsible for a large part of the global nitrate and nitrogen production by bacter

technologynetworks.com Jul 15 2021 - 17:00

The anammox bacterium and other bacteria use this enzyme to convert toxic nitrite into nitrate.

Phys.org Jul 15 2021 - 08:00

A high-resolution structural analysis by RIKEN biochemists of photosystem I, which contains chlorophyll d and pheophytin a, the light-absorbing pig

Phys.org Jul 14 2021 - 09:04

A first of a kind study shows that the commensal bacteria Neisseria lactamica may be an effective and safe vaccine vector in humans.

GEN Jul 13 2021 - 05:00

USDA’s Agricultural Research Service have developed a new experimental vaccine to protect cattle from the bacterium that causes Johne’s disease, My

Lancaster Farming Jul 13 2021 - 03:04

Researchers have developed a new experimental and theoretical platform to study how viruses evolve while spreading within an organism.

technologynetworks.com Jul 13 2021 - 01:12

Undark In 1981, Adam Tolmach planted a five-acre vineyard on land he had inherited from his grandfather in the wine-growing region of Ventura Count

RealClearScience Jul 12 2021 - 17:55

A team of researchers from Shoolini University, Himachal Pradesh, India have discovered a psychrophilic bacterial strain, called Rhodonellum psychr

News Medical Jul 11 2021 - 22:16

Say the word plague and grim medieval images might come to mind. Plague masks, population devastation, hysteria — banish those thoughts now.

Telluride Daily Planet Jul 9 2021 - 17:55

The Kitsap County Health District advised the public on Friday to avoid three area swimming holes after tests showed high levels of bacteria.

Kitsap Sun on MSN.com Jul 9 2021 - 11:39

Several Michigan beaches, mostly in the Lower Peninsula, are facing closures due to an increased bacteria level.

clickondetroit.com Jul 9 2021 - 10:01

14 public beaches are closed or have contamination advisories after heavy rains and other issues caused high bacteria levels in the water.

Detroit News Jul 9 2021 - 09:40

Biologists from the University of Notre Dame and elsewhere examined changes in the microbiomes of 585 wild baboons from samples collected over 14 y

Sci-News Jul 9 2021 - 09:01

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University discover an enzyme inhibitor that boosts the immune system to fight methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus

technologynetworks.com Jul 8 2021 - 02:05

An ancient skull found by a river in modern-day Latvia may well hold clues as to how the bubonic plague wiped out tens of millions of people across

RT Jul 8 2021 - 00:19

Researchers have produced vaccine-like immune responses to a dangerous bacterium by colonizing 26 healthy volunteers with a related, but harmless,

News Medical Jul 7 2021 - 22:25

In what turned out to be one of the most important accidents of all time, Scottish bacteriologist Alexander Fleming returned to his laboratory afte

News Medical Jul 7 2021 - 21:41

Vaccine-like immune responses have been produced to a dangerous bacterium by colonizing 26 healthy volunteers with a related, but harmless, commens

Medindia Jul 7 2021 - 21:26

In what turned out to be one of the most important accidents of all time, Scottish bacteriologist Alexander Fleming returned to his laboratory afte

Medical Xpress Jul 7 2021 - 13:12

Despite having been formalized as a species in 1936, Wolbachia pipientis remains an elusive microbe.

Phys.org Jul 7 2021 - 07:47

Sheep and goats in southwest Nigeria are carrying bacteria that are resistant to drugs like antibiotics.

AllAfrica.com Jul 7 2021 - 04:05

Analysis - Sheep and goats in southwest Nigeria are carrying bacteria that are resistant to a range of drugs, such as antibiotics.

AllAfrica.com Jul 6 2021 - 23:55

A genomic analysis has narrowed down where and when a deadly bacterium jumped from pigs to humans: in Europe in the 1960s or 1970s.

Nature Jul 6 2021 - 18:33

A total of ten Puget Sound beaches in four different counties are under "no contact" advisories due to dangerously high bacteria levels p

seattlepi.com Jul 6 2021 - 16:07

Streptococcus pneumoniae is a major human pathogen and a leading cause of several infectious diseases including pneumonia, the third-leading cause

Medical Xpress Jul 6 2021 - 09:31

This is a problem because the bacterium, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, poses a potential health risk to the owners as well as to the

The Conversation Jul 6 2021 - 08:02

D pharma plc (AIM: DDDD, NASDAQ: LBPS), a pharmaceutical company leading the development of Live Biotherapeutic products (LBPs), a novel class of d

Joplin Globe Jul 6 2021 - 04:02

Visitors to a splash park near Wichita may have been exposed to two additional bacterium, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment says.

ctnewsonline.com Jul 5 2021 - 22:00

Visitors to a splash park near Wichita may have been exposed to two additional bacterium, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment says.

Associated Press Jul 3 2021 - 08:40

A BACTERIA that attacks the BRAIN has infected three people and killed one of them in the US.

The Sun Jul 3 2021 - 03:21

Two more bacterium have been linked to Tanganyika Wildlife Park's splash park in Goddard, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said

Wichita eagle on MSN.com Jul 2 2021 - 21:57

Two more bacterium have been linked to Tanganyika Wildlife Park’s splash park in Goddard, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Frid

Wichita Eagle Jul 2 2021 - 15:02

A deadly soil bacterium common in tropical and subtropical climates has mysteriously infected three people in three different US states, killing at

Ars Technica Jul 2 2021 - 11:26

It’s a “Tier 1 select agent,” meaning it carries the “greatest risk of deliberate misuse with significant potential for mass casualties or devastat

Charlotte Observer Jul 1 2021 - 12:16

This month marks the 100-year anniversary of BCG, still the only approved vaccine against the lethal pathogen.

The Scientist Jun 30 2021 - 21:32