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Besides killing bacteria, these proteins can destroy other microbes like fungi and viruses.

Nature World News Nov 4 2016 - 21:06

Companies that make air purifiers, however, claim their products to be effective against dust (coarse/PM2.5), pollen, pet dander, smoke, dust mites

The Hindu Nov 4 2016 - 17:03

These structures dominate the fossil record for more than 80 per cent of the Earth’s history.

geologypage.com Nov 4 2016 - 15:51

The same is true for panda cubs, which need to consume their parents’ feces in order to develop necessary microbes.

Smithsonian.com Nov 4 2016 - 10:58

Two UO scientists working on ways to make the indoor environment as healthy as the great outdoors are featured in an article that examines new disc

Around the Oregon Nov 4 2016 - 03:41

Zymergen uses microbes to engineer unique molecules for use in a variety of industrial settings. Illustration: Zymergen.

Geek Wire Nov 4 2016 - 03:34

Founded in 2013, Zymergen is developer of procedures to optimize microbes for industrial fermentation.

vator.tv Nov 3 2016 - 15:31

The Scientist interviewed Steven Wilhelm of the Department of Microbiology for a story examining the cause of the destruction of archaea–single-cel

tntoday.utk.edu Nov 3 2016 - 14:41

IRVINE, Calif., Nov.

United Press International Nov 3 2016 - 08:21

The gray section is the germinal center.

Medical Xpress Nov 3 2016 - 05:37

We’ll also hear from Jason Kelly of Ginkgo Bioworks about how his synthetic biology company is using robots and software to create custom microbes

Xconomy Nov 3 2016 - 03:06

Probiotics are live microbes, such as yeast and bacteria, that can be consumed and have been shown to promote health.

sketchysloth.com Nov 3 2016 - 02:52

Monika Fleshner (University of Colorado, Boulder) presented research on the relationship between exercise, microbes within the gut, and stress.

ScienceBlogs Nov 2 2016 - 23:32

URBANA, Ill. ­— For the past several decades, farmers have been abandoning their plows in favor of a practice known as no-till agriculture.

Farm and Dairy Nov 2 2016 - 23:24

RULISON — Garfield County is relying on tiny organisms to help deal with a big problem associated with local oil and gas development.

The Daily Sentinel Nov 2 2016 - 23:03

In the novel, the belligerent aliens are killed by Earthly microbes, against which they had no immunity.

International Business Times Nov 2 2016 - 21:23

It seems different gut microbes have different jobs in the human body.

gourmetgetaways.com.au Nov 2 2016 - 20:18

Few treatments exist for bacteria-caused intestinal inflammation that leads to diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps.

Science Daily Nov 2 2016 - 16:58

Cells organize and regulate their metabolism via membrane- or protein-bound organelles.

biorxiv.org Nov 2 2016 - 16:01

To help rebuild the arsenal against infectious diseases, many scientists are turning toward naturally occurring proteins known as antimicrobial pep

eedesignit.com Nov 2 2016 - 10:39

To help rebuild the arsenal against infectious diseases, many scientists are turning toward naturally occurring proteins known as antimicrobial pep

Phys Nov 2 2016 - 09:27

Hence, it shouldn’t come as a great surprise that human gene numbers may be of the same size as those of single-celled microbes like viruses and ba

techinamerica.com Nov 2 2016 - 08:08

Continuing research shows that micro biome (the trillions of tiny microbes in our digestive tract) has a huge impact on our metabolism, immune syst

washington.edu Nov 2 2016 - 00:01

Microbes live both in and around us, but our relationship with the microbial world is complicated, changing and sometimes fraught.

mprnews.org Nov 1 2016 - 13:24

In other words, there could be microbes that have never seen the sun or breathed atmospheric oxygen, could have thrived and evolved separately from

futurism.com Nov 1 2016 - 12:49

Did you know that t here are an estimated 100 trillion microbes living on, and in, the human body?

blog.epa.gov Nov 1 2016 - 08:09

While a combination of antibacterial and antimicrobial medications are used to treat infections, these can differ in their properties, some of whic

IndiaTimes Nov 1 2016 - 04:49

COLUMBUS - The community of bacteria that live in the intestines, also called the “gut microbiome,” is important to normal intestinal function.

Northwest Signal Oct 31 2016 - 21:39

In response to water scarcity and declining grades of ore, the mineral processing industry has been investigating ways to improve processes, such a

chemengonline.com Oct 31 2016 - 21:18

CHENNAI: Imagine a salesperson drinking a cupful of detergent right in front of your eyes to prove that his product was safe?

Times of India Oct 31 2016 - 09:51

Under these conditions, the soil develops a crumb structure like fresh bread, and the beneficial microbes in the soil are able to thrive.

THE CONVERSATION Oct 31 2016 - 07:49

When humans finally set foot on the dusty terrain of Mars, they will not be travelling alone.

Popular Science Oct 31 2016 - 06:52

So, what will it be: Mars microbes or alien megastructures?

Mass Live The Republican Oct 31 2016 - 04:36

The remaining gases in farts, which also may include a small, yet extremely potent, amount of hydrogen sulphide are generally byproducts of the fer

www.thesun.co.uk Oct 31 2016 - 00:32

Going back to nose picking… What makes it potentially dangerous is the fact that there are microbes residing on our skin.

healthdigezt.com Oct 31 2016 - 00:25

Those that exceed the threshold are not allowed for sale.

AsiaOne Oct 30 2016 - 23:07

Micro-organisms such as Lactobacillus and others commonly called lactic acid bacteria (LAB) grow in milk and convert it to curd.

indilens.com Oct 30 2016 - 22:45

Abstract: Life on Earth provides a unique biological record from single-cell microbes to technologically intelligent life forms.

uncommondescent.com Oct 30 2016 - 20:51

Hydrogen peroxide is widely known as a disinfectant for minor cuts and scrapes, but many people don't understand that it works simply by oxidi

naturalnews.com Oct 30 2016 - 09:31

NASA said the biomolecule sequencer investigation could help to identify potentially dangerous microbes aboard the ISS and diagnose illnesses in sp

Daily Mail Oct 30 2016 - 06:10

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Victoria this fall, and they came with an entire entourage.

Times Colonist Oct 30 2016 - 05:49

Nasa said the biomolecule sequencer investigation could help to identify potentially dangerous microbes aboard the ISS and diagnose illnesses in sp

Hindustan Times Oct 30 2016 - 04:51

Astronauts ultimately could diagnose an illness, or identify microbes growing in the space station and determine whether they are a health threat.

United Press International Oct 30 2016 - 04:30

As the microbes eat the sugars in the flour, they exhale carbon dioxide, producing the bubbles that turn a flat, dense loaf into something light an

89.3 KPCC Oct 29 2016 - 09:17

If you add the microbes into this now it’s quite likely, not really proven.

Big Think Oct 29 2016 - 03:12

In some instances, the foot baths and soaking bowls could develop as the breeding mediums for bacteria since it could be accumulated, collected, an

graphics-media.blogspot.com Oct 29 2016 - 02:44

The human body contains 10 times as many microbes (bacteria, fungi and viruses) as human cells on or in the body, from the skin to the gastrointest

daily-sun.com Oct 29 2016 - 00:56

SUGAR had clean ears throughout our trip.

sugarthegoldenretriever.com Oct 28 2016 - 23:38