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Push to develop world’s first vaccine against the deadly Strep A bacteria

Push to develop world’s first vaccine against the deadly Strep A bacteria

The British biomedical research foundation, the Wellcome Trust, has granted $2.25 million (~€2.1 Million) to IVI & MCRI to coordinate efforts to develop world’s...
Discover how Manuka honey can kill drug resistant bacteria found in cystic fibrosis infections

Discover how Manuka honey can kill drug resistant bacteria found in cystic fibrosis infections

According to experts at Swansea University, UK, Manuka honey could provide the key to tackling drug resistant bacteria in cystic fibrosis infections – could...
Discover the new compound which kills antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria

Discover the new compound which kills antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria

A new compound developed by experts from University of Sheffield, UK, has killed antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria - could this pave the way for...
Old bedsheets could have traces of bacteroidales – which is linked to pneumonia and gonorrhoea

Old bedsheets could have traces of bacteroidales – which is linked to pneumonia and...

The bacteria, bacteroidales, which is linked to pneumonia and gonorrhoea has been found in month-old bedsheets according to Time4Sleep research. Discovered in new research conducted...
Parents beware: there may be pathogenic germs in ball pits

Parents beware: there may be pathogenic germs in ball pits

Investigators from the University of North Georgia, USA, discovered considerable microbial colonisation and pathogenic germs in ball pits – but how much of a...
Can human pathogens be reduced by dung beetles and soil bacteria?

Can human pathogens be reduced by dung beetles and soil bacteria?

Published in the Journal of Applied Ecology, research encourages dung beetles and soil bacteria at farms as they could naturally suppress human pathogens. Food safety...
Study warns that disinfectant in hospitals need to be regulated

Study warns that disinfectant in hospitals need to be regulated

Published in Nature Microbiology, research suggests that the use of disinfectant in hospitals to clean and control infections should be regulated as resistance may...
Gram-negative bacterium: toxins that make us sick

Gram-negative bacterium: toxins that make us sick

According to researchers at Binghamton University, USA, a type of gram-negative bacterium delivers the toxins that make us sick through a specific way of...
Could human gut bacterium reveal possible connection to depression

Could human gut bacterium reveal possible connection to depression?

Researchers have established a correlation between depression and a group of neurotransmitter-producing bacteria found in human gut bacterium. From the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE)...
Examining cell stress for better health or better beer?

Examining cell stress for better health or better beer?

Understanding cell stress could help develop effective treatment and could potentially even help to brew better beer. Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have...
Gut microbiota: 2,000 unknown bacteria discovered in the human gut

Gut microbiota: 2,000 unknown bacteria discovered in the human gut

EMBL's European Bioinformatics Institute and the Wellcome Sanger have discovered almost 2,000 bacterial species living in the human gut microbiota, many of which were...
The crippling effects of Aspergillus fumigatus on the human immune system

Crippling effects of Aspergillus fumigatus on the human immune system

According to University of Jena, Germany, a toxic substance from the fungus Aspergillus fumigatus, can threaten the lives of people with a compromised immune...

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