Which bacteria and fungi are involved in rumen bacterial growth?

A new study has shown that gut bacteria are responsible for growth of a range of microbes and fungi in the intestines of healthy people.The findings, published in the journal Cell Metabolism, shed light on the roles of bacteria in the growth of various microorganisms in the human body.It’s the first time scientists have identified the role of the gut […]

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Microbiome is a microbial soup, but what does it mean?

In this week’s National Geographic, biologist Michael D. Moo describes a recent study in which he used a microscope to investigate how microbial communities within the human gut are responding to changes in diet.“Our work suggests that the human microbiome may be changing over time, and this can have a profound impact on our health,” he says.Moom is a professor […]

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What are harmful microbials?

Microbials are microorganisms that live in soil and water.The term harmful microorganism refers to a type of microorganist that is harmful to the health of humans and other living things.Many microbially-affected people have an allergic reaction to them.Microbially modified organisms (MMOs) are other types of microorganisms.They can be beneficial or harmful to humans, and they can live in and on […]

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Microorganisms responsible for the spread of coronavirus in Australia

Source: The Australian Financial Review (AU) title Australia’s coronaviruses: the winners and losers article Source : The Australian Federal Government (AU), Public Health Australia (WA), Health Science & Technology Research Centre (NSW), Public health agency of NSW (ACT), Australia’s Health Science Laboratory (NSD), the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AHW), the Department of Health (Aus), and the Department’s Scientific […]

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Microorganisms can cause cancer in animals

Scientists have found that some species of bacteria and other microorganisms can be toxic to aquatic animals and humans.A study published Monday in the journal Science found that the bacterium Cryptococcus aureus can cause severe liver damage in fish and can also cause cancer.The study examined data from about 1,600 individuals in seven freshwater aquaria and eight marine aquariums.Among the […]

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Microorganisms: Life’s most fascinating creatures?

The world’s most common microorganisms are found on every planet, but they are only rarely found in the soil, and their habitats are usually not well-suited for living.One reason is that they don’t need to be.Microorganisms live in a wide range of habitats.The majority of bacteria and archaea live in soil, while fungi and algae live in water.Microbial populations can […]

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Microbiologist explains how to use the internet to diagnose infections

Microbiologists are among the first to be called on to diagnose microorganisms.The first person to use a device to scan a person’s microbiome, and to use this data to understand what is happening in their body, is microbiologist Dr. Daniel Fuchs.Dr. Fuchs is the co-director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research at the University of Texas Health Science Center […]

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How do we use technology to help scientists find out how to deal with uncultivated microorganisms?

I first became interested in the topic after reading a blog post by Dr. Stephen Schoenemann, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Schoenemant’s post highlighted how many microbes are “uncultivated” and how they are a significant problem in the U.S. The following week, I wrote a post for the Center for American Progress outlining the problems with […]

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