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An approach to the study of the immunity functions of bivalve haemocytes: Physiology and molecular aspects

The Mediterranean mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis is an ecologically and economically important species. It has been used in programs of monitoring of pollutions, since it is sessile organism that is capable of accumulating pollutants in tissues through filter feeding. 131 more words


Two Haiku: Profiles In Cowardice; The Dirty Half Dozen

“Six little cowards – prop up the pathogenic – Trump presidency”

“Trump’s presidency – is a plague enabled by – six rat-faced bastards”



Microbial Diseases of Bivalve Mollusks: Infections, Immunology and Antimicrobial Defense

A variety of bivalve mollusks (phylum Mollusca, class Bivalvia) constitute a prominent commodity in fisheries and aquacultures, but are also crucial in order to preserve our ecosystem’s complexity and function. 267 more words


Band Report: Pathogen (Rotting Death Metal from Southeast Asia)

Pathogen is a death metal band hailing from South East Asia, the Philippines. Pathogen is amongst a few metal bands in the area to attain international media coverage, making the band somewhat special.  786 more words


Cancer Researcher Interview

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Can you tell us about your background?

Pinku Mukherjee has spent her life searching for explanations of how the human body works. 1,167 more words


Of Space Germs and Cassini's Big Finish.

For the past twenty years, a whopping 1.2 billion kilometres away from Earth, a little unmanned spacecraft called the Cassini-Huygens has been orbiting Saturn and faithfully collecting… 1,226 more words



Haplosporidian species (phylum Haplosporidia Caullery & Mesnil, 1899) are a small group of four genera of sometimes pathogenic protozoan parasites usually with uninucleated spores. They are widely distributed in marine and freshwater invertebrates, although their status in Africa, much of Eurasia and Central and South America, is largely unknown. 183 more words