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New articles published in Gut Pathogens

  •      Presence and significance of Helicobacter spp. in the gastric mucosa of Portuguese dogs

          Amorim I, Smet A, Alves O, Teixeira S, Saraiva AL, Taulescu M, Reis C, Haesebrouck F…

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Dr Niyaz Ahmed

How Long to Keep Leftovers?

A good article on keeping leftovers.  Other good advice:  Keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold – the rule reads:  Don’t let food sit out at room temperature for more than two hours – so store at <40 degrees F. 159 more words


Gut Pathogens' Senior Editor Prof. Wieler appointed new President of the Robert Koch Institute


Our collaborator and Speaker of the Indo-German Graduate College – Functional Molecular Infection Epidemiology, Prof. Dr. Lothar H. Wieler took over leadership of the Robert Koch Institute on March 1, 2015. 88 more words

Dr Niyaz Ahmed

The Cell

Cells are the smallest unit of life that can replicate independently, and are often called the “building blocks of life”. The study of cells is called cell biology. 871 more words


Which Foods Are High Risk for Carrying Harmful Pathogens?

Federal researchers have mapped out the percentage of foodborne illnesses associated with specific food groups. The CDC, FDA, and U.S. Department of Agriculture used data on nearly 1000 outbreaks from 1998 to 2012 — with a focus on the most recent 5 years — for four common foodborne pathogens: 60 more words

Mutant bacteria that keep on growing

Public Release: 18-Feb-2015

American Society for Microbiology

WASHINGTON, DC – February 17, 2015 – The typical Escherichia coli, the laboratory rat of microbiology, is a tiny 1-2 thousandths of a millimeter long. 602 more words

. Bioweapon Or Potential

The war against Staphylococcus aureus in our world, especially in Nigeria is greater than the Holocaust. It’s incriminated in headaches, stomach pains, oral thrush, arthritis, rheumatism, general body weakness, typhoid infection and even in malaria disease. 1,548 more words