Researchers discover a new type of swimming movement that boosts an efficient spread of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, an opportunistic human pathogen.
Poor memory, could this be related to our gut microbiome? Recent research suggests a role of the gut microbiome in governing host’s social behavior and brain function.
Plastics in the oceans gain a lot of attention, but what is the effect of plastics on microbial communities in the soil?
The use of live biotherapeutic products is a developing strategy to treat challenging diseases. Administration of one such drug, called VE303, could become successful against recurrent C. difficile infections.
The ironic role of orally administered antibiotics: savior or destroyer of our gut?
Healthy relationships require a fine balance between communication and boundaries. Get the best tips from mucus, mediator of our relationship with our gut microbes.
Your Best Friend’s #2 could be your #1 solution to fight C-Diff infections; exploring the success of fecal transplantation for the treatment of recurrent C Diff infection.
Recently isolated novel phage SI01 is now here to provide some insights into how phages regulate algal growth in oceans.
Although scientists know a lot about soil, the same cannot be said about soil protists. Read about these peculiar microorganisms, and how they can help with identifying polluted land areas.
Microbes converse through the exchange of metabolites. Who knew that a simple conversation could improve the drug tolerance of microbes?