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There's more to the fascinating biology of baculoviruses than the virus particle. The post The fascinating biology of baculoviruses appeared first on MicrobiologyBytes.
We need to be critical and questioning about where we acquire information and how we react to it. The post The battle against TB appeared first on MicrobiologyBytes.
This week’s MicrobiologyBytes roundup: Dengue fever risk to World Cup fans Football fans going to the World Cup in Brazil should be aware of the risk of dengue fever. More than bread and beer: The National Collection of Yeast Cultures Do you eat bread? Or drink beer? Then watch this. The Next Global […]The post MicrobiologyBytes – In The News This Week appeared first on MicrobiologyBytes.
Humans are far from the first species to invent agriculture. The post Farmer Fungus appeared first on MicrobiologyBytes.
This week’s MicrobiologyBytes roundup: Three Cancer Drugs Don’t Work Properly Without Gut Bacteria At least in mice, gut bacteria can influence whether cancer treatments work. The Great RNA Confusion: RNAi – miRNA – siRNA – do you know the difference? HPV: Sex, cancer and a virus Human papillomavirus is causing a new […]The post MicrobiologyBytes – In The News This Week appeared first on MicrobiologyBytes.
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