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Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 10h ago

10 Healthy Eating Tips for the Student

College students must know how to maintain their body healthily and strong. Their food diet should be well-planned, and they should take their food in time. Eating is compulsory for all of u...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 1d ago

TB Alliance Calls on WHO to Add Tuberculosis to List of Critical Group of Bacteria

TB Alliance and the broader TB community urge that the World Health Organization (WHO) add Mycobacterium tuberculosis to the critical group within the list of drug-resistant bacteria identif...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 2d ago

National Poison Prevention Week

In recognition of National Poison Prevention Week (March 19-25), the National Capital Poison Center urges all parents to take 2 minutes to learn how to prevent and respond to a poison emerge...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 3d ago

Which Medicine For Ed Has The Lowest Number Of Side Effects?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is pretty common among men with almost half of men between the ages 40 to 70 have some kind of erectile problems.  The Journal of the American Medical Association r...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 3d ago

New way to classify viruses based on structure

Professor Robert Sinclair at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) and Professor Dennis Bamford and Dr. Janne Ravantti from the University of Helsinki ha...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 4d ago

Novel genetic switch boosts bacteria cells' production of useful chemicals

MIT chemical engineers have designed a novel genetic switch that allows them to dramatically boost bacteria's production of useful chemicals by shutting down competing metabolic pathways in ...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 5d ago

Gut inflammation controlled by changing bacterial balance

Numerous human diseases, including inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes and autism spectrum disorders have been linked to abnormal gut microbial communities, or microbiomes, but an open ques...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 6d ago

Commonly used pain relievers have added benefit of fighting bacterial infection

Some commonly used drugs that combat aches and pains, fever, and inflammation are also thought to have the ability to kill bacteria. New research appearing online on March 13 in the Cell Pre...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 1w ago

Rainbow dyes add greater precision to fight against 'superbugs'

The discovery, made possible through a revolutionary method used to color bacterial cell walls developed at IU, is an important step forward in research on bacterial growth and could inform ...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 1W ago

Crosstalk between intestinal microbes and immune system

The human gut is home to some 100 trillion bacteria, comprising between 250 and 500 species. This astounding array of organisms, collectively known as the gut microbiome, is a powerful regul...