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Unfortunately for far too many Kiwis summer often means food poisoning, or gastroenteritis.
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University of Florida researchers have gained new insight into produce-associated salmonella that they hope will eventually reduce the number and severity of the illness-causing outbreaks.
Blood clots may be a good thing - at least in protecting the body from the deadly effects of bacteria by absorbing bacterial toxins, according to a new paper in PLoS ONE .
The young Neapolitan mastiff named "Bubbles," who was rescued by Noah's Arks Rescue , has garnered a great deal of attention and accumulated a massive number of fans who are hoping to be kept abreast of her continued recovery.
Bacteria can sense sound, light, pressure, gravity and chemicals. Common bacteria E. coli can sense and respond to changes in temperature, pH, noxious chemicals, DNA-damaging agents, mineral abundance, energy sources, electron acceptors, metabolites, chemical signals from other bacteria, and parasites.
An outbreak of CTX-M-15 -producing Escherichia coli, Enterobacter cloacae, and Klebsiella in a children's hospital in Finland.
The microscope at the University of New Haven, set at 10-times magnification, shows a marijuana leaf covered with dozens of tiny bumps.
One in North Lanarkshire is receiving hospital treatment and a second has recovered.
So when Michigan communities have to make the best of less financial aid from state government, it is outrageous that federal dollars earmarked to protect water quality should end up with one county at the expense of many.
Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases are responsible for activating specific amino acids and transferring them onto cognate tRNA molecules.
When was the last time you cleaned your refrigerator crisper or meat drawer or washed your can opener? If it's been a while, you might want to clean up your act -- or at least your kitchen.
Residents in the upper U.S. Midwest should ditch their seasonal tradition of eating "cannibal sandwiches" made of raw ground beef, health officials warned, citing multiple outbreaks of foodborne illnesses since the 1970s and cases last year.
It's flu season. And we're all about to crisscross the country to exchange hugs, kisses and germs.
Erwinia amylovora is a plant pathogen that affects Rosaceae, such as apple and pear.