E. Coli Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Proteins evolve on the edge of supramolecular self-assemblyRead the original story

    Aug 10, 2017 | CiteULike

    The self-association of proteins into symmetric complexes is ubiquitous in all kingdoms of life. Symmetric complexes possess unique geometric and functional properties, but their internal symmetry can pose a risk.


  2. Scientists Urge Further Study of "the Beasts in All of US"--Colonizing Opportunistic PathogensRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | Newswise

    Since the National Institutes of Health launched the Human Microbiome Project in 2007, scientists have been studying the symbiotic relationship between the human body and the trillions of organisms that inhabit it. Among their discoveries: opportunistic pathogens, which take advantage of weakened immune systems, are also prevalent in healthy individuals.


  3. Lower Hutt water to be permanently treated with E coli source still unknownRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Queues at the artesian aquifer in the Lower Hutt suburb of Petone in February after a reservoir tested positive for E coli . A months-long investigation has failed to identify the cause of contamination in Lower Hutt's water supply, which will continue to be permanently treated.


  4. Spinach Extract Market: Global Industry Trend Analysis 2012 to 2017 and Forecast 2017 - 2025Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | SBWire

    Spinach extract, whose scientific name is Spinacia Oleracea is produced from the spinach leaves and is typically consumed to lose weight by reducing appetite and potentially leading to lower caloric intake. The prime component of the spinach extract is concentrated thylakoids which are microscopic structures occurring naturally in the leaves of chloroplasts of green plant cells.


  5. Fountain maker introduces specialty copper product lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | Recycling Today

    Ohio-based Oasis International has introduced antimicrobial drinking fountain components with copper "touch points" it says can "continually kill 99 percent" of bacteria to which they are exposed. "Dangerous bacteria, such as MRSA [the methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus 'super bug'] and E. coli, pass from hand to hand via the surfaces that people touch, like door handles, push plates, equipment, switches, railings, counters and plumbing fixtures," says the company.


  6. Complex cellular logic computation using ribocomputing devicesRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2017 | CiteULike

    Synthetic biology aims to develop engineering-driven approaches to the programming of cellular functions that could yield transformative technologies. Synthetic gene circuits that combine DNA, protein, and RNA components have demonstrated a range of functions such as bistability, oscillation, feedback, and logic capabilities.


  7. Your Kitchen Sponge is Covered With Bacteria - Don't Bother Cleaning ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2017 | Bad Astronomy Blog

    ... of these pose no harm to humans, it should be said, but among the species the researchers also found varieties of E. coli, Klebsiella, Staphylococcus , S almonella and others implicated in food-borne illnesses. They found that the bacteria appear ...


  8. New bacteria tests for Chicago beaches give faster resultsRead the original story

    Jul 31, 2017 | WAND-TV Decatur

    University of Illinois at Chicago researchers and park district officials say they've come up with a way to keep swimmers out of Chicago's lakefront when there is too much bacteria. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that public health experts and park officials have struggled for decades with when to shutter beaches to protect swimmers from illness-causing bacteria such as E. coli.


  9. Boil Water Advisory Alert canceledRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2017 | TurnTo23.com

    ... boiled tap water or bottled water for drinking and cooking until further notice. A water sample tested positive for E. coli after a main repair was made late on Thursday, July 27. Cal Water is currently conducting additional water quality testing ...


  10. Complex chromosomal neighborhood effects determine the adaptive potential of a gene under selection.Read the original story

    Jul 31, 2017 | CiteULike

    How the organization of genes on a chromosome shapes adaptation is essential for understanding evolutionary paths. Here, we investigate how adaptation to rapidly increasing levels of antibiotic depends on the chromosomal neighborhood of a drug-resistance gene inserted at different positions of the Escherichia coli chromosome.


  11. California boy contracts E. coli after swimming in popular lakeRead the original story

    Jul 31, 2017 | Fox News

    At least five people were sickened after swimming at Lake Wildwood Beach, with three of them testing positive for E. coli. A California boy was hospitalized with E. coli after he contracted the disease while swimming at a popular lake where several other children were reportedly also sickened after a dip in the water.


  12. How Exercise Fights InflammationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2017 | LiveScience

    ... the role of IL-6 in reducing inflammation. In that study, the researchers injected participants with a molecule from E. coli bacteria that is known to activate the body's inflammatory response. The researchers found that, indeed, when they injected ...


  13. Enhanced Display of Lipase on the Escherichia coli Cell Surface, Based on Transcriptome AnalysisRead the original story

    Jul 31, 2017 | CiteULike

    ... as an anchoring motif. The fused Pseudomonas fluorescens SIK W1 lipase was successfully displayed on the surface of E. coli cells, and the lipase activity could be enhanced by the coexpression of the gadBC genes identified by transcriptome analysis. ...


  14. Town closes Cicero beach for swimming due to poor water qualityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2017 | The Post-Standard

    ... Taft Bay beach at the David C. Webb Memorial Park in Constantia closed Thursday for swimming due to high levels of E. coli bacteria in the water, according to the Oswego County Health Department. County health departments monitor water at public ...


  15. India's poultry industry 'adding' to drug resistanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2017 | SciDev.Net

    "Misuse of antibiotics in animal farms endangers all of us because it multiplies drug resistance in the environment," says Ramanan Laxminarayan, director of the Washington-based Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy, and who led the study published July in Environmental Health Perspectives. The study found broilers, or poultry raised for meat, having greater concentrations of antibiotic-resistant bacteria than layers, which are raised for eggs.


  16. Emerging evidence for potential role of Ca 2+ -ATPase-mediated...Read the original story

    Jul 31, 2017 | CSIRO Publishing

    Functional Plant Biology - https://doi.org/10.1071/FP17042 Submitted: 6 February 2017 Accepted: 28 May 2017 Published online: 31 July 2017 Symbiosomes are organelle-like compartments responsible for nitrogen fixation in infected nodule cells of legumes, which are formed as a result of symbiotic association of soil bacteria rhizobia with certain plant root cells. They are virtually the only source of reduced nitrogen in the Earth's biosphere, and consequently, are of great importance.


  17. Co-infection with two common gut pathogens worsens malnutrition in miceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2017 | Medical News Today

    Two gut pathogens commonly found in malnourished children combine to worsen malnutrition and impair growth in laboratory mice, according to new research published in PLOS Pathogens . Malnourished children often face infection with pathogenic microbes that colonize the intestines.


  18. A living programmable biocomputing device based on RNARead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2017 | KurzweilAI.net

    ... on specific chemicals or proteins, such as toxins in the environment, metabolite levels, or inflammatory signals.* E. coli bacteria engineered to be ribocomputing devices output a green-glowing protein when they detect a specific set of programmed ...


  19. Engineered bacteria can function in the mammalian gut long-term as live diagnostics of inflammation.Read the original story

    Jul 30, 2017 | CiteULike

    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. Bacteria can be engineered to function as diagnostics or therapeutics in the mammalian gut but commercial translation of technologies to accomplish this has been hindered by the susceptibility of synthetic genetic circuits to mutation and unpredictable function during extended gut colonization.


  20. Young Boy Hospitalized After Swim in Nevada County LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2017 | KTXL-TV Sacramento

    The family of a boy who was hospitalized for E. coli after swimming in a popular Northern California lake is speaking out. According to the Nevada County Public Health Department, five children have gotten sick -- three of them testing positive for E. coli.