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With summer returning, so are Lyme disease bearing ticks. Lyme disease and COVID-19 share symptoms ad that can lead to serious health risks.

Patch Jun 4 2020 - 04:16

The global antibiotics market is expected to exhibit a solid 4.8% CAGR over the forecast period from 2019 to 2025, according to the latest research

Medgadget Jun 4 2020 - 04:02

Scientists found that diet can cause microbes in the gut to trigger changes in the host’s response to a chemotherapy drug.

Augusta Free Press Jun 3 2020 - 07:40

Though corals worldwide are threatened due to climate change and local stressors, the front lines of the battle are microscopic in scale.

Phys.org Jun 3 2020 - 07:19

What we eat can affect the outcome of chemotherapy—and likely many other medical treatments—because of ripple effects that begin in our gut, new re

Medical Xpress Jun 3 2020 - 05:48

Evaluation of soil organic carbon (SOC) dynamics is often limited by the complexity of soil matrix.

Nature Jun 3 2020 - 02:22

The mother’s vaginal microbiota represents the first microbes to which a child is exposed when delivered vaginally.

Nature Jun 2 2020 - 10:43

A study in Cell Reports maps genes essential for the metabolic function of M. agalactiae and M.

Phys.org Jun 2 2020 - 08:03

Synlogic, Inc., a clinical-stage company applying synthetic biology to beneficial microbes to develop novel, living medicines, today announced the

News Medical Jun 1 2020 - 23:20

Long-term self-sanitising clear surface coating developed to kill the corona virus.

Digital Journal Jun 1 2020 - 14:43

The research from the University of Houston has been funded by a $660,000 grant from the US Department of Defense.

Daily Mail Jun 1 2020 - 09:03

Synlogic today announced the publication in Nature Communications of preclinical data supporting its first clinical immuno-oncology program, SYNB18

EurekAlert! Jun 1 2020 - 08:53

Warming ocean temperatures and acidification drastically reduce the skeletal strength and filter-feeding capacity of glass sponges, according to ne

Phys.org Jun 1 2020 - 08:49

It's time to hop on the up and coming trend of paper-craft with Space Cadet's A Flower Sniffer's Book of Paper Craft, also available

Digital Journal Jun 1 2020 - 08:41

Chitin derived from shrimps, mushrooms, and other organisms may lead to new 3D-printed, multi-layered polymer coatings to protect soldiers against

New Atlas May 31 2020 - 17:57

It is the potential toll facing the world as disease-causing microbes develop resistance to our best defence against them – antibiotics.

BBC May 31 2020 - 17:07

James Hamblin spent years writing a book on hygiene beliefs and the new science of the skin microbiome.

The Atlantic May 29 2020 - 18:23

This most comprehensive analysis to date of γδ T cells in the murine uterus reveals them to compose a unique local.

Nature May 29 2020 - 09:53

The human body is teeming with bacteria, and a new study finds the same is true of many cancers -- raising questions about what role microbes might

UPI.com May 28 2020 - 19:19

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NASA May 28 2020 - 16:30

Invasive plants can interact differently with local insects and microbes in the soil, releasing more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than native

Axios May 28 2020 - 12:11

The human body is teeming with bacteria, and a new study finds the same is true of many cancers -- raising questions about what role microbes might

U.S. News & World Report May 28 2020 - 12:09

Republic Healthcare today announced that it has brought to market its MicroBIOstatic cleaning system which can not only kill viruses like COVID-19

Associated Press May 28 2020 - 11:58

INRAE, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an exclusive option license agreement with biotechnology company Evolugate of Gainesville, F

YAHOO! May 28 2020 - 05:48

Giving beneficial bacteria to stressed mothers during the equivalent of the third trimester of pregnancy prevents an autism-like disorder in their

Science Daily May 27 2020 - 21:55

Scientists who've taken the first look at bacteria in young and healthy vapers' mouths say that the potential for future disease lies jus

Medical Xpress May 27 2020 - 11:04

Sometimes potentially useful enzymes are not easy to discover because their biocatalytic capabilities may go beyond their natural and thus known ra

Phys.org May 27 2020 - 08:51

The global COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on the importance of certain previously little-studied scientific areas such as the relationships betwe

Phys.org May 27 2020 - 06:01

Researchers want to know if we can create an antiviral infrastructure that would protect humans from transmission. Here are a few ideas.

Wired May 27 2020 - 04:00

As businesses evaluate products claiming to make workplaces safer during the pandemic, or look at marketing such products themselves, they should b

Law360 May 26 2020 - 14:25

Plant products ingested by pregnant women through their diet are broken down by the intestinal microbiota into chemical substances, some of which c

Science Daily May 26 2020 - 10:51

And in 1957, the USDA began a campaign to wipe out the flesh-eating parasites east of the Mississippi River.

The Atlantic May 26 2020 - 10:39

Some immune responses may be enough to make a person impervious to reinfection, but scientists don't yet know how the human body reacts to thi

Smithsonian Magazine May 26 2020 - 09:21

Research Funding Yields Novel Data for Potential COVID19 Vaccine DevelopmentPR NewswireALEXANDRIA, Va., May 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Myositis A

YAHOO! May 26 2020 - 07:09

Associations with mycorrhizal fungi can affect the outcome of plant competition in complex ways.

Nature May 26 2020 - 02:19

Plant products ingested by pregnant women through their diet are broken down by the intestinal microbiota into chemical substances, some of which c

Medical Xpress May 25 2020 - 07:27

Plant products ingested by pregnant women through their diet are broken down by the intestinal microbiota into chemical substances, some of which c

News Medical May 25 2020 - 07:21

For many years, inflammation was considered one of medicine's chief enemies.

Medical Xpress May 25 2020 - 05:52

The pandemic has spurred a great shift to digital, but the foundation was already in place, underpinning consumer behaviors that seem poised for pe

pymnts.com May 24 2020 - 18:29

High-intensity fires can destroy marshy peatlands and cause them to emit huge amounts of their stored carbon into the atmosphere as greenhouse gase

Science Daily May 23 2020 - 08:47

Producing a microbiome-based treatment will be challenging, with many details to hash out, such as which microbes to provide and how best to delive

Scientific American May 23 2020 - 05:01

The Sacher is full of secret legends that make people talk about what’s happening there,” said Matthias Winkler, the managing director of the hotel

Bloomberg on MSN.com May 22 2020 - 20:00

Changes in microbial taxa are commonly derived from estimations of relative abundance, which inherently limits the depth of the analysis.

Nature May 22 2020 - 02:16

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News Medical May 21 2020 - 20:06

A new tool developed by scientists at the Quadram Institute and Earlham Institute is helping to translate the complex communication between the mic

News Medical May 21 2020 - 18:43

The now-trendy keto diet is said to turn fat into fuel.

UPI.com May 21 2020 - 09:53

The microbes that inhabit our bodies are influenced by what we eat, drink, breathe and absorb through our skin, and most of us are chronically expo

Science Daily May 21 2020 - 09:20

Recent articles indicate that some microbes, including COVID-19, are unlikely to spread through contaminated surfaces such as cash.

Snopes.com May 21 2020 - 09:03

The now-trendy keto diet is said to turn fat into fuel.

WebMD May 21 2020 - 07:05

Why is sex so popular?

EurekAlert! May 21 2020 - 06:57