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    4 hrs ago | Packer

    ... out for companies. "Our industry has experienced too many recalls and outbreaks this year, including the largest E. coli outbreak in more than a decade," Burns said. "With each incident, the public loses confidence in our products, and that is a ...


  2. Solar Water Disinfection Market - Analysis on Scope & Need 2025Read the original story

    18 hrs ago | SBWire

    ... microorganisms, triggering the disinfection. The effect of this mechanism has been adequately validated in E. coli. The technique forms one of the key parts in solar water purification system, the other being solar distillation process. Compared to ...


  3. Giant E.coli sculpture forms centrepiece of bacteria exhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Hampshire Chronicle

    A giant inflatable sculpture of E.coli has been installed in a museum as the showpiece of its new exhibition on bacteria. Scaffold towers were constructed to reach into the Oxford University Museum of Natural History's vaulted roof, where the E. coli, complete with spiky pili and flagella, is tethered The E.coli sculpture, created by artist Luke Jerram, is among 55 exhibits on the "earliest form of life on Earth" to go on show.


  4. Molding bacteria into unnatural shapes reveals the robustness of cell divisionRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Medical News

    Researchers at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University have shown that microbes can be molded into an array of unusual, elaborate shapes that are not seen in nature. The study shows how robust these microbes can be a finding that could have important ramifications in an age of antibiotic resistance.


  5. General and Host-Associated Bacterial Indicators of Faecal PollutionRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    Harwood, V., A. Korajkic, M. Verbyla, M. Iriarte, AND O. Shanks. General and Host-Associated Bacterial Indicators of Faecal Pollution.


  6. Sculpting bacteria into extreme shapes reveals the rugged nature of cell divisionRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Science Daily

    Top: Magnified view of the microfabricated bacteria molds in various shapes. Bottom: Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy images reveal the molded shapes of bacterial Z-rings .


  7. E.coli detected in water supplyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2018 | NEWS.com.au

    A THOUSAND homes in southeast Queensland have been advised to boil their drinking water following the detection of E.coli in the local water supply. A THOUSAND homes in Logan have been advised to boil their drinking water following the detection of E.coli in the local water supply on Thursday.


  8. UT researchers work to identify sewage leaks to Waller CreekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Texan

    ... into the creek. Fecal bacteria does not live for long after exiting its host, and the consistently high levels of E. coli indicate a constant supply of fecal matter, most likely from leaks, Poteet said. Researchers at UT, including Poteet and ...


  9. Food security, protection a tough chew for fedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | St. Albert Gazette

    ... countries, which limits our abilities to control food quality. This has been evidenced through food recalls for E. coli, salmonella, and Listeria. And the latest news has been the awareness of Glyphosate (Roundup) found in our foods. At the heart of ...


  10. Precision identification of diverse bloodstream pathogens in the gut microbiomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Nature Medicine

    ... , 799-806 (2012). Samet, A. et al. Leukemia and risk of recurrent Escherichia coli bacteremia: genotyping implicates E. coli translocation from the colon to the bloodstream. Eur. J. Clin. Microbiol. Infect. Dis. 32 , 1393-1400 (2013). Snitkin, E. S. ...


  11. Hold the Pepper! This Might Be One Of the Germiest Items In a RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Southern Living

    ... all guilty of harboring germs, as well, pepper is their favorite place-and even scientists aren't exactly sure why. "E. coli loves to grow there," Dr. Charles Gerba, a University of Arizona microbiologist, told Today.com . "It's a plant-based ...


  12. Research assesses geographic distribution of new antibiotics following market introductionRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Science Daily

    ... 2018/10/181016142426.htm (accessed October 16, 2018). Gram-negative bacteria include common types such as E. coli that all of us carry in our bowels. When these bacteria get into other parts of the body they can cause infections, including common ...


  13. Bristol: Well Contamination Was No Threat To Drinking WaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | The Hartford Courant

    As Bristol's water utility plans for repairs, a well that tested positive for E. coli last week will remain out of service, officials said this week. The water department emphasized that the public water supply was never comprised; the test showed contamination only in one supply of raw water that hadn't been treated yet.


  14. Metabolic repair through emergence of new pathways in Escherichia coliRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Nature Chemical Biology

    ... can be circumvented remain intriguing. Here, we use a AZA'panD (encoding for aspartate 1-decarboxylase) strain of E. coli that is unable to produce the AZA2-alanine required for CoA biosynthesis to demonstrate that metabolic systems can overcome ...


  15. The foods Meghan can no longer eatRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | NEWS.com.au

    ... illnesses, according to Foodsafety.gov , which also claims these beverages have been linked to outbreaks of E. coli. On her now-deleted social media accounts, the former actor often shared her love of eggs. She revealed to Delish her typical ...


  16. Buckthorn, known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | NewsTarget.com

    Researchers have found an ingredient found in buckthorn that is capable of reducing acute lung injury, based on in vivo studies. Rhamnazin, a flavonoid found in the buckthorn plant , has already been known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.


  17. Physiological Studies of Escherichia coli Strain MG1655: Growth...Read the original story

    Monday Oct 15 | CiteULike

    Journal of Bacteriology , Vol. 185, No. 18. , pp. 5611-5626, doi:10.1128/jb.185.18.5611-5626.2003 To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document.


  18. Transfection Reagents and Equipment Market - Future Challenges Assumptions 2025Read the original story

    Monday Oct 15 | SBWire

    Global Transfection Reagents and Equipment Market: Snapshot Transfection involves the conscious introduction of nucleic acid molecules into eukaryotic cells. Some of the most common examples of transfection include introducing DNA plasmids possessing gene inserts for expression and small interfering RNA .


  19. The tightest non-aminoglycoside ligand for the bacterial ribosomal Rna a-siteRead the original story

    Monday Oct 15 | Science Daily

    A research group has made a significant discovery with positive implications for the development of bacteria-fighting drugs. The aminoacyl-tRNA site of the 16S RNA decoding region in the bacterial ribosome looks promising for a new era of antibiotic drug development.


  20. Categorical performance characteristics of method ISO 7899-2 and...Read the original story

    Monday Oct 15 | U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    ... sample were exceeded in five coastal bathing water samples for intestinal enterococci and in three samples for E. coli. A total of 341 bacterial isolates grown on Slanetz and Bartley (S&B) medium were selected for further analysis, and 63.6 % of the ...