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  • Bacterial cells can tell the time

    Biological processes in many organisms are known resonate with natural rhythms. For instance, it is well known that cellular functions in plants and animals are regulated by an internal ‘circadian’ clock mechanism. Circadian clocks synchronize to environmental cycles such as the natural light-dark c more

  • Proteomic profiling reveals innovation potential of new antibiotics

    The fight against bacterial infections, especially those caused by resistant pathogens, is in full swing with the search for new antibiotic agents. The aim is to identify substances that attack the pathogens in a truly novel way. The team at the Center for Systems-Based Antibiotic Research (Cesar) a more

  • How well water disinfectants damage antibiotic resistance genes

    Each year at least 2 million Americans are infected with bacteria that cannot be treated with antibiotics, and at least 23,000 of these people die, according to the Centers for Disease Control. These bacteria can end up in our water, which is why we use disinfectants to kill or stop them from growin more

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Movie Cargo transport

Bacteria on the left in illuminated circle moves through channel towards particle. When it reaches the particle, it increases speed and moves the particle away.Aronson Lab / Penn State more

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Bacillus subtilis

Bacillus subtilis Bacillus subtilis is a Gram-positive , catalase -positive bacterium commonly found in soil. A member of the genus Bacillus , B. subtilis has the ability to form a tough, protective endospore , allowing the organism to tole ... more

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