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Taxonomy Boris Vinatzer
2014-02-24 04:45:12

A new naming system proposed by one Virginia Tech scientist proposes moving beyond the current biological naming system and supplementing it with a new classification method based on an organism’s genome sequence.

2014-02-05 12:28:03

Over 400 subjects participating in phase 3 studies PINE BROOK, N.J., Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Elusys Therapeutics, Inc.

2014-02-04 23:26:11

Grime Busters and Amazing! NOK OUT™ is on a mission to educate consumers and eradicate disease-causing organisms.

2014-02-04 12:28:56

HONOLULU, Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has awarded Hawaii Biotech, Inc.

2014-01-29 08:23:33

The ability to remediate buildings following a weaponized biological attack may have been achieved with AsepticSure® SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.

New Virus From Africa Kills Anthrax Agent
2014-01-28 08:57:55

From a zebra carcass on the plains of Namibia in Southern Africa, an international team of researchers has discovered a new, unusually large virus (or bacteriophage) that infects the bacterium that causes anthrax.

2014-01-15 08:27:45

Milestone Achieved under $9.4 Million NIAID Cooperative Grant PRINCETON, N.J., Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Soligenix, Inc.


Latest Anthrax Reference Libraries

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2011-04-14 14:43:25

Bacillus anthracis is a Gram-positive spore-forming, rod-shaped bacterium, with a width of 1-1.2µm and a length of 3-5µm. It can grow in aerobic or anaerobic conditions. It is the only known bacterium to synthesize a protein capsule and the only pathogenic bacterium to carry its own adenylyl cyclase virulence factor. They form oval spores located centrally in a non-swollen sporangium. These spores are highly resilient and can survive extreme temperatures, low-nutrient environments, and...

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