Watch where you step! Soil-dwelling bacteria may hold the key to the future of agriculture.

Published in Microbial Sciences

Phage therapy can work very well when combined with an effective immune response from the host!

Published in Bacteriofiles

Paraprobiotics, or killed probiotic bacteria, are studied for health effects, but results and study design are questionable!

Published in Bacteriofiles

Certain transposons, genetic elements that move around the genome on their own, have co-opted the bacterial immune system, CRISPR, to use for jumping to new hosts!

Published in Bacteriofiles

Unlike most animals, caterpillars don't seem to have a resident gut microbe to help them in various ways!

Published in Bacteriofiles

How social bacteria societies function: by sharing enzyme packages with each other that can contain toxins that are deadly for rivals but not for friends!

Published in Bacteriofiles

New type of secretion system discovered that bacteria use to stab amoeba predators to escape their digestion!

Published in Bacteriofiles

Phages bound to magnetic nanoparticles can be guided and pulled toward their target, penetrating biofilms to kill harmful microbes!

Published in Bacteriofiles

Gut microbes in mice break down plant foods and produce molecules that stimulate the immune system to resist influenza!

Published in Bacteriofiles

Learning about endosymbionts by comparing bacteria living inside eukaryotes to their free-living cousins!

Published in Bacteriofiles
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