These comma-shape bacteria (Vibrio tasmaniensis) cultured from sand produce iron compounds that promote the growth of other bacteria.
By The Scientist Staff | August 29, 2014
FLICKR, ANTHONY D'ONOFRIO
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By Bob Grant
A new report from the World Health Organization finds that tuberculosis has infected hundreds of thousands more people around the world than was estimated a year ago.
By Chris Palmer
Gut microbiome analysis reveals protective bacteria that enhance resistance to persistent Clostridium difficile infections.
By Tracy Vence
Travel restrictions and Ebola aid; analyses of DTC genetic tests; Stanford’s John Ioannidis on promoting “replication culture”
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