Thursday, July 18, 2019
Home Tags E. coli

Tag: E. coli

E. Coli Treatment

Soil Bacteria Provide a Promising E. Coli Treatment

E. coli, the notorious bug associated with severe food poisoning and usually caught from undercooked meat, is a common concern for anyone...
bacterial cells

The Protein with the Starting Gun

Bacteria are capable of extremely rapid growth, but only when the conditions are right. If they lack nutrients, or if it is...
Graphene-based Sensor

New Graphene-based Sensor Design Could Improve Food Safety

In the U.S., more than 100 food recalls were issued in 2017 because of contamination from harmful bacteria such as Listeria, Salmonella or E. coli. A new sensor...
melanoma

New Drug Combination Could Be More Effective Against Melanoma

A class of cancer drugs called protein kinase inhibitors is one of the most effective treatments for melanoma. However, in many cases, tumors eventually...
Antibioticsvideo

Scientists Discover a New Route to Antibiotics Using Gene Editing

Scientists have discovered a new chemical process – also known as a biosynthetic pathway – in bacteria which could lead to a new generation...
antibiotic resistance

Breaching the Walls

In a development that could lead to better drug delivery systems and modern antibiotics, UC Santa Barbara researchers have uncovered a novel mechanism by...
Intestinal Infection

Defense Against Intestinal Infection in Organism Is Affected by Prostaglandin E2

The treatment of intestinal infections caused by some strains of the bacterium Escherichia coli, present in unsanitized or contaminated foods, may have a new ally.A...
sepsis

Tracking a Killer

A major cause of human disability and death throughout the world, sepsis is a condition that begins with an infection, progresses rapidly and can...
Cancer cells, cilia development, air pollution, photonic devices, Micro-lens, mosquito-borne infections, Microbiota, bone repair, 3D printing, neurodegenerative disease, cancer treatments, biological research, sepsis, foot and mouth disease, cytometry, batteries, Influenza A virus, vascular diseases, New Cancer Drugs, RNA molecules, polymers, antimicrobial resistance, Aging White Blood Cells, microviscosity, Transplant Drug, Nanophotonics, photonics, Built-In Nanobulbs, cerebral cortex, cancer cells, nanowires, optoelectronic, solar energy, gold nanowires, Chikungunya virus, concrete, glaucoma, light-emitting diode, Proteomics, nanostructures, nickel catalyst, Ultrafast lasers, liver capsular macrophages, obesity, cancer, lignin polymer, liver capsular macrophages, Ultrafast lasers, monocyte cells, cancer treatments, antibody drug, gene mutations, quantum-entangled photons, gut microbes, skin aging, stroke, machine learning, Cloned tumors, cancer, Rare Skin Disease, terahertz lasers, silicon-nanostructure pixels, oral cancer, heart muscle cells, cancer, cancer stem cells, gastric cancer, microelectromechanical systems, data storage, silicon nanostructures, Drug delivery, cancer, muscle nuclei, Lithography, silicon nanostructures, Quantum matter, robust lattice structures, potassium ions, Photothermal therapy, Photonic devices, Optical Components, retina, allergy, immune cells, catalyst, Nanopositioning devices, mold templates, lung cancer, cytoskeletons, hepatitis b, cardiovascular disease, memory deficits, Photonics, pre-eclampsia treatment, hair loss, nanoparticles, mobile security, Fluid dynamics, MXene, Metal-assisted chemical etching, nanomedicine, Colorectal cancer, cancer therapy, liver inflammation, cancer treatment, Semiconductor lasers, zika virus, catalysts, stem cells, fetal immune system, genetic disease, liver cancer, cancer, liver cancer, RNA editing, obesity, Microcapsules, genetic disease, Piezoelectrics, cancer, magnesium alloy, Quantum materials, therapeutic antibodies, diabetes, 2D materials, lithium-ion batteries, obesity, lupus, surfactants, Sterilization, skin on chip, Magnetic Skyrmions, cyber-security, wound infections, human genetics, immune system, eczema, solar cells, Antimicrobials, joint disorder, genetics, cancer

The Killing Touch for Bacteria

Coatings developed at A*STAR could soon replace biochemically active antibacterial agents, whose overuse in healthcare and fields such as agriculture and wastewater treatment is...
DNA replication

Detangling DNA Replication

DNA is a lengthy molecule — approximately 1,000-fold longer than the cell in which it resides — so it can’t be jammed in haphazardly. Rather,...
Engineered E. coli

Engineered E. coli Using Formic Acid and CO2 As a C1-Refinery...

A research group at KAIST has developed an engineered E. coli strain that converts formic acid and CO2 to pyruvate and produces cellular energy...
bacterial genome

Self-Centered

Essential biological processes, such as cell division, must be tightly regulated. For example, correct localization of the plane of cell division is vital for...
Artificial Cells

Artificial Cells Are Tiny Bacteria Fighters

Lego block” artificial cells that can kill bacteria have been created by researchers at the University of California, Davis, Department of Biomedical Engineering. The...
oxygen sensor

Genetically Encoded Sensor Tracks Changes in Oxygen Levels with Very High...

Oxygen is a major player in the biochemical processes that make life on earth possible. Being able to rapidly and accurately measure oxygen levels...
Escherichia coli

Metabolic Engineering of E. coli for the Secretory Production of Free...

Researchers of KAIST have defined a novel strategy for the secretory production of free haem using engineered Escherichia coli (E. coli) strains. They utilized...
bacterial DNA

Researchers Target Protein That Protects Bacteria’s DNA ‘Recipes’

Bacteria cause many serious illnesses, from food poisoning to pneumonia. The challenge for scientists is that disease-causing bacteria are extraordinarily resilient. For example, when...
biofilms

Chips, Light and Coding Moves the Front Line in Beating Bacteria

The never-ending fight against bacteria has taken a turn in humanity’s favor with the announcement of a tool that could give the upper hand...
lab on a chip

Nano-Sized Traps Show Promise in Diagnosing Pathogenic Bacterial Infections

A new type of “lab on a chip” developed by McGill University scientists has the potential to become a clinical tool capable of detecting...
E. Coli Bacteria

Researchers Discover the ‘Optimism’ of E. Coli Bacteria

They were surprised to find that the bacteria had different strategies for dealing with each of the nutrient restrictions. Even more surprisingly, when carbon...
antibioticsvideo

Bacterial Armor Could Be a New Target for Antibiotics

For over a century, scientists have studied E. coli, one of the bacteria that cause food poisoning, as a model for fighting infections. Such research...