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New post up! I'm clearly still in a fungi mood from the last post.
When studying how infections grow and spread it is always helpful to be able to see the organism causing the disease. There are currently a range ...
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Latest post up - why you need bacteria in breast milk, and how they get there! http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/lab-rat/2013/12/08/the-bacteria-in-breast-milk/
Bacteria are found in large numbers all over the human body where there is a channel to the outside world, for example in the gut, lungs, ...
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New post up! The eating habits of intracellular Salmonella: 
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Cholesterol in the cell membrane: and how bacteria use it to get into the cells. http://bit.ly/111bruJ
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As antibiotic resistance increases the search for new anti-bacterial treatments becomes more and more important. One way to design anti-bacterials is to find specific biochemical pathways ...
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New blog post up! Go check it out :)
 
I am my mother's chimera. Chances are, so are you.

Today I'm guest blogging about chimerism on +S. E. Gould 's wonderful blog The Lab Rat, part of the Scientific American blogs. It's a view at the different forms of chimerism in honor of my book release CHIMERAS.

For +ScienceSunday by the awesome team +Allison Sekuler , +Rajini Rao , +Buddhini Samarasinghe , and +Robby Bowles 
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New post up! Movement of spherical bacteria within a droplet:
Research on bacterial movement tends to focus on the rod-shaped bacteria. With the aid of small waving flagella, each bacterial cell can push itself in the ...
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New post up! Another one in the Chemistry series: Enzymes vs metal catalysts.
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New blog post up! Some beautiful fractal patterns of growing bacteria.
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If you've ever wanted to see what slightly fuzzy scan photos of a developing baby look like, look no further!

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/lab-rat/2013/04/20/lab-rat-has-a-baby-on-board/
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