Read on to learn how the biggest bacterium in town, Thiomargarita magnifica, is changing what we consider a microbe to be.
The role bacteria in your mouth play in the development of illnesses like cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s.
Scientists recover the ancient DNA of an Escherichia coli strain from the gallstone of a Renaissance mummy.
Astro meets micro: A look at the ways that space factor- microgravity influences bacterial metabolism.
Lessons learned from Alzheimer’s disease gave us hints to killing antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Tiny molecules called sRNAs can prove to be very useful in reducing infections.
Astronauts and their microbiomes are inseparable even in space. But what happens when Streptococcus mutans rebel against peaceful life in the human body?
Even your internal bodyguard can’t survive without bacteria. Recent work shows that a bacterial molecule in our gut helps guard our guardians.
While our gut bacteria have their own rhythm, they adapt to the surroundings by matching their beat and creating a unique song. Ultimately, this song benefits both the microbes and our gut.
Engineering a new way to fight cancer: Using bacteria as a vehicle to transport cancer-killing cargo directly to tumors, on remote command.