Latest Microbiological culture Stories
Envera's psychrophilic microorganisms are naturally occurring bacteria with the ability to grow at 4°C and may be classified as a new species. West
Disease-causing bacteria stink — literally — and the odor released by some of the nastiest microbes has become the basis for a faster and simpler new way to diagnose blood infections and finger the specific microbe.
A new palm-sized microarray that holds 1,200 individual cultures of fungi or bacteria could enable faster, more efficient drug discovery.
The microbial population in the air of the New York City subway system is nearly identical to that of ambient air on the city streets.
San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy scientists have taken a tremendous leap forward in banking viable amphibian cells.
Device can be used for medical diagnostics, to image cell growth continuously.
The new technique yields 3-D cells that more closely resemble those inside the body and could led to improvements in early drug screenings.
A team of scientists from Houston's Texas Medical Center this week unveiled a new technique for growing 3-D cell cultures, a technological leap from the flat petri dish that could save millions of dollars in drug-testing costs.
The film "Avatar" isn't the only 3-D blockbuster making a splash this winter. A team of Houston scientists this week unveiled a new technique for growing 3-D cell cultures.
An insight from the labs of Harvard chemist George Whitesides and cell biologist Don Ingber is likely to make a fundamental shift in how biologists grow and study cells â€“ and it's as cheap and simple as reaching for a paper towel.
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