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Understanding Between Two Infectious Bacteria Revealed by Researchers

Simple, versatile genetic ‘toolkit’ releases a glowing label to bacteria for its easy observation & identification

Article Source: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Abstract: Making use of a new methodology, researchers have investigated mechanisms of infection and provided new clues into how different bacteria cooperate with each other to cause disease. 760 more words


Mothers write:"Dear President Lincoln"...

A sampling of motherly missives to the president

In the summer of 1818, when Abraham Lincoln was nine years old, his mother, Nancy, caught “the milk-sick,” a then-mysterious disease caused by drinking the milk of cows that had eaten white snake-root. 2,938 more words


First One Health - Zoonotic Disease Awareness Day in Pretoria, South Africa, 11 November 2016

So, we have exactly eighteen days left before our first One Health Zoonotic Disease Awareness Day in Pretoria, South Africa.

For those of you who just stumbled onto this site…let me fill you in quickly: 405 more words


Suiting up: What it’s like doing research in a biocontainment facility

Science Life takes an inside look into the world of doing research in a biocontainment facility

“I think everyone that works on Brucella wishes we didn’t have to work in containment. 1,043 more words

At The Bench

Brucellosis: Symptoms and Precautions

Brucellosis is the disease caused by the bacterial genus brucella. It is known by various names, including Mediterranean fever, Malta fever, Bang’s disease, Crimean fever, Gibraltar fever, gastric remittent fever, rock fever and undulant fever.  222 more words