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Scientists have observed 'vampire viruses' for the first time - pathogens that latch onto other viruses in order to replicate themselves.

Daily Mail Nov 8 2023 - 08:33

A number of “vampire viruses ” have been discovered in soil samples in Maryland and Missouri for the first time.

The Independent on MSN.com Nov 8 2023 - 06:36

One of the team's discoveries, nicknamed the MiniFlayer, appears to attach itself to their helper virus so both viruses can invade their bacte

Gizmodo on MSN.com Nov 7 2023 - 17:25

Scientists have made a groundbreaking discovery where one virus attached itself to another, as observed in bacteriophage viruses.

Indiatimes on MSN.com Nov 7 2023 - 09:48

The study explains when a satellite virus infiltrates a cell, it tries to rely on helper viruses in order to replicate their DNA.

NDTV Nov 7 2023 - 08:15

When Emalie Hayes and her colleagues began exploring ways to test wastewater for the COVID-19 virus, little did she know that the simple, inexpensi

Phys.org Nov 7 2023 - 07:29

Such rich microbial ecosystems are prime hunting grounds for viruses that infect and kill bacteria.

Science News Nov 7 2023 - 04:45

It’s been a surprisingly productive way to keep track of how much COVID-19 might be entering the country, via travelers, as well as which variants

Time on MSN.com Nov 7 2023 - 04:02

Though it has long been known MGEs had to sidle up to their so-called 'helper' viruses while they invaded a host cell, nobody realized ju

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Nov 6 2023 - 22:22

Satellites and their helpers are also engaged in an endless evolutionary arms race.

NZ Doctor Nov 6 2023 - 17:46

The U.S.

Reuters on MSN.com Nov 6 2023 - 09:58

Have you ever wondered whether the virus that gave you a nasty cold can catch one itself?

Phys.org Nov 6 2023 - 09:56

The Traveler-Based Genomic Surveillance Program collects samples from people arriving from international locations at major U.S. airports.

The Messenger on MSN.com Nov 6 2023 - 08:55

DNA vaccines would be much easier to store than mRNA alternatives and should be as effective as conventional vaccines that contain live viruses

New Scientist Nov 6 2023 - 05:14

The U.S.

Reuters on MSN.com Nov 6 2023 - 04:13

Logan Airport has begun testing the wastewater drained from arriving planes for viruses.

Axios Nov 6 2023 - 03:20

Scientists have discovered that viruses can latch onto other viruses to insert their genes into host cells.

New Atlas Nov 5 2023 - 18:24

It's official, folks; viruses have a better love life than you do.Viruses are notorious for infecting other organisms and ruthlessly taking ad

Business Insider India on MSN.com Nov 5 2023 - 01:35

Chinese scientists have identified unknown viruses in rodents with the potential to infect humans, raising concerns about the next pandemic.

Medindia Nov 4 2023 - 00:38

Here’s our weekly round-up of what illnesses are spreading the most in Metro Detroit communities, according to our local doctors and hospitals.

clickondetroit.com Nov 3 2023 - 18:41

Infectious disease specialists like Dr.

FOX13 Memphis Nov 3 2023 - 10:04

A late-summer uptick in COVID-19 cases on Martha’s Vineyard has subsided, according to staff at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.

Cape and Islands NPR Nov 2 2023 - 17:24

According to an analysis of 60 years of historical data published in the BMJ Global Health, this small group of viruses could collectively kill 12

HuffPost UK on MSN.com Nov 2 2023 - 15:30

The lower copy number of interferon alpha and higher number of interferon omega, which are inflammatory protein-coding genes, may explain a bat’s r

TBR News Media Nov 2 2023 - 12:58

ANSWER: No, the immune system is definitely able to fight off multiple infections or respond to multiple vaccines at once.

Oregonian Nov 2 2023 - 06:13

Had there been weakening of the body’s response to influenza (the flu), we would expect to see more flu infections.

Detroit News Nov 1 2023 - 20:01

Viruses are the most prevalent biological entities in the world's oceans and play essential roles in its ecological and biogeochemical balance

Phys.org Oct 31 2023 - 10:16

Learn about the increased risk of flu and other respiratory illnesses in Mecklenburg County and how to prevent them with preventive care.

Q City Metro Oct 31 2023 - 08:47

The best way cruise ships can stop the spread of viruses such as COVID-19 is to blast the cabin with the air-con for 12 minutes.

KTBS Oct 31 2023 - 08:14

Blasting the cabin on a cruise ship with air con for a certain amount of time could stop the spread of viruses such as Covid.

Daily Express Oct 31 2023 - 07:00

High school students across Montana are finding previously unknown viruses usingMontana Technological University’s new state-of-the-art scanning/tr

NBC Montana Oct 30 2023 - 23:43

Melting permafrost in the far reaches of Siberia awakened bacterial spores that had been dormant for almost a century, infecting thousands of reind

Dunya News Oct 30 2023 - 17:21

A simple, do-it-yourself air filter was found to remove 99% of viruses by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Hartford Courant Oct 30 2023 - 13:59

A cheap, do-it-yourself air purifier is powerful enough to effectively protect a home from free-floating flu and COVID-19 viruses, according to tes

UPI on MSN.com Oct 30 2023 - 09:30

The DIY air purifier is called a Corsi-Rosenthal Box.

U.S. News & World Report Oct 30 2023 - 08:08

There is a low-cost way for you to protect yourself and reduce your risk of respiratory diseases such as flu, RSV, and COVID-19.

Medical Xpress Oct 30 2023 - 08:00

Global warming could released an enormous amount of carbon trapped under the permafrost in a terrifying climate change feedback loop.

The Messenger on MSN.com Oct 30 2023 - 04:59

With COVID an ongoing concern and flu season getting started, aerosol researchers say there needs to be a focus on improving the quality of the air

CBS News on MSN.com Oct 29 2023 - 16:40

With a new strain of COVID on the rise, and flu season just getting started, we thought now would be a good time to consider what the pandemic has

CBS News on MSN.com Oct 29 2023 - 16:40

With COVID an ongoing concern and flu season getting started, aerosol researchers say there needs to be a focus on improving the quality of the air

CBS News Oct 29 2023 - 16:23

The California Department of Public Health is urging Californians to get immunized against a triple-threat of viruses that are expected to surge in

mv-voice Oct 29 2023 - 10:33

Just before Christmas in 2018, doctors at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, gave Will an infusion of viruses.

Science News Oct 29 2023 - 08:13

An outbreak of avian flu — a highly contagious viral infection that affects wild birds as well as poultry — has hit poultry farms in South Africa.

MyBroadband Oct 28 2023 - 04:02

When added to mammalian cells, instead of activating inflammatory pathways as expected, one particular bacteriophage stimulated the cells to grow a

Live Science on MSN.com Oct 27 2023 - 11:17

Just as the world has started recovering from Covid-19 shocks, a team of scientists in China has sounded alarm that it has discovered never-before-

The Pioneer Oct 26 2023 - 12:39

Viruses that infect bacteria – called phages – are abundant in our bodies, and they seem to have beneficial effects when our cells engulf them

New Scientist on MSN.com Oct 26 2023 - 11:01

Bacteriophages, also called phages, are viruses that infect and kill bacteria, their natural hosts.

Phys.org Oct 26 2023 - 11:01

When two North Carolina State University researchers recently visited a grower, they found three plants, all different cultivars from the same bree

Greenhouse Grower Oct 26 2023 - 07:44

Another COVID-like pandemic?

India TV Oct 25 2023 - 21:50

First Amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the fre

Daily Independent Oct 25 2023 - 17:33