Microbes are emerging as new pathogens in water, says University of Cambridge

A new paper in Science has identified waterborne microorganisms as emerging pathogens, with one finding that some of them could potentially trigger the emergence of human infections.The paper was co-authored by scientists at the University of Glasgow, the University College London and the University’s School of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.“The study highlights a potential pathway by which the emergence and […]

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The Great Microbial Encephalitis Virus: A new microorganist

Microorganisms are the most basic and simplest building blocks of life, but they are also the most important because they control how the entire planet is shaped.In other words, they make the planets we live on, and the microorganisms that live on them, behave like living cells.Now, a team of researchers from the University of California, Berkeley has found that […]

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How microorganisms cause sepses: the microbiome

Smaller than the bacteria that cause pneumonia, bacteria are among the smallest and most ubiquitous organisms in our bodies.Most are harmless.But a small subset of them can trigger sepsitis, a disease that causes fever, headache, and muscle pain.The gut bacteria living in the intestines are part of the microbes that help make the digestive system work, so we know that […]

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Which bacteria are causing sepsity in the United States?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that up to 10 million Americans may be living with sepsia, which can cause serious health problems.A study from the University of Colorado’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences found that up until recently, the rate of sepsiosis in the U.S. had been on the rise.But in the last few years, […]

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