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  • Biology-Online • View forum - Microbiology
    Apr 14 2005 5 06 pm Spirilla 24 Fri Apr 08 2005 1 10 pm Go to page 1 2 3 fungi 2 Fri Apr 01 2005 7 46 pm PCD in bacteria 0 Sun Mar 27 2005 9 04 am Archaea 10 Sat Mar 26 2005 7 21 pm Bacteria in Cold Temps 3 Sat Mar 26 2005 7 17 pm Cyanobacteria 5 Sat Mar 26 2005 7 14 pm Fungal metabolites 0 Tue Mar 22 2005 4 21 pm antibiotics on bacterial growth 4 Tue Mar 22 2005 4 09 pm Frozen transformed bacterial cells problems 1 Mon Mar 21 2005 4 34 pm Centrifugation 2 Thu Mar 10 2005 12 03 am Viruses 13 Tue Mar 08 2005 8 51 pm Go to page 1 2 Genetics in classification of bacteria 6 Mon Mar 07 2005 10 53 pm Electricity through Bacteria 4 Sun Mar 06 2005 8 43 pm vaccination 9 Sun Mar 06 2005 8 37 pm Viruses 2 Sat Feb 26 2005 6 34 pm Microbiology 13 Wed Jul 13 2011 7 45 am Go to page 1 2 S t i l h a u s K i t c h e n

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-3-1250.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Is an effective vaccine against TB is possible?
    BCG vaccine used for TB is not fully effective Latent dormant TB confers only some protection against reinfection in which person s immune system exposed to the full set of antigens of the pathogenic strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis but will not offer full protection If this factor take into consideration development of effective vaccine against might be difficult Reply with quote josem josem Posts 36 Joined Sun Jun 08 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about43202.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Please help :(
    Reply with quote Kungpaoshizi Kungpaoshizi Posts 1 Joined Tue Dec 29 2015 11 46 pm Please help Tue Dec 29 2015 11 54 pm I m curious as to what this is trying to track down infection If more picture are needed I have more Thank you very much Post a reply Jump to Select a forum General Biology General Discussion Cell Biology Molecular Biology Zoology Discussion Evolution Microbiology Bioinformatics

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about43272.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Microbiome and diseases
    instance this research ties Lupus to gut microbes http www hcplive com conference coverage acr 2015 microbiome seems to have role in triggering lupus and this research ties asthma to gut microbes http www health24 com Diet and nutrition Nutrition basics Link between gut bacteria asthma and anorexia 20151105 I m imagining to form a company like ubiome http ubiome com My question is What type of machinery ubiome or anyone who wants to identify gut microbes uses I m in Turkey and I want to find out if this test can be done here My other question is It is possible to identify gut microbes by traditional lab methods as in a Comprehensive Stool Test without using DNA İs this technique inferior to DNA method I contacted ubiome and also American Gut Project http humanfoodproject com americangut for answers to these questions but they never answered me I wrote to several academics and they never replied either Also please remember that I know nothing about microbiology Thanks Reply with quote Asiaferret Asiaferret Posts 4 Joined Thu Jul 02 2015 3 43 am Location Malaysia Sat Dec 26 2015 9 20 am Stool examination can check for pathogens that causes infections to the digestive system especially the small intestine and colon Examples are enteric bacteria that causes diarrhea such as Salmonella typhi and certain strains of Escherichia coli along with other organisms which may be eukaryotic In this article http aem asm org content 74 5 1469 full it is described on how faeces samples are collected dissolved in some solvent have its components separated in a centrifuge and the relevant molecules are analysed with High performance liquid chromatography for comparison DNA sequencing however can provide accurate data about an organism s genetic makeup unique for each species and even

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about43088.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Penicillin Production
    Fri Oct 23 2015 12 19 pm Penicillin Production Fri Oct 23 2015 12 26 pm What are the conditions for production of Penicillin Reply with quote bioscience56 bioscience56 Posts 7 Joined Thu Oct 15 2015 2 58 am Wed Oct 28 2015 2 22 am 3 8 C Reply with quote Asiaferret Asiaferret Posts 4 Joined Thu Jul 02 2015 3 43 am Location Malaysia Sat Dec 26 2015 8 58 am Penicillin G is produced by Penicillium Chrysogenum that does aerobic respiration Spores of these fungus are first inoculated into a fed batch fermenter with the appropriate medium and left to run 40 to 48 hours later nutrients will be added at a constant interval equal amount of waste will be removed at regular intervals The products are harvested after 7 days The cells will be filtered from other products sometimes by a rotary vacuum filter The antibiotic will then be filtered and extracted by acetic acid and sodium acetate at low temperature Then purification and packaging is done I may be wrong Check some relevant sources to see if I left out anything Post a reply Jump to Select a forum General Biology General Discussion Cell Biology

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about43047.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - NEW SPECIES - FECAL EATING BACTERIA
    find out if it was really a new bacteria or it was already known His search results didn t yield anything useful My questions are since the tests are very expensive here in Croatia what do you think he should do He knows that the uses for this kind of bacteria are practically limitless but do you have any ideas regarding who should he contact regarding his findings is there a simillar bacteria to this one He is a college student and the colleges in Croatia are very different from the colleges in the USA and Europe so he can t get a scholarship to help him further investigate Any help is really appreciated Reply with quote rat554 rat554 Posts 4 Joined Sat Mar 02 2013 6 46 pm Re NEW SPECIES FECAL EATING BACTERIA Sat Mar 02 2013 6 50 pm i just want to contact you for that species please let me know about your contact details so that i can get in contact with you Reply with quote Javedz2001 Javedz2001 Posts 6 Joined Sun Oct 11 2015 4 32 pm Re NEW SPECIES FECAL EATING BACTERIA Sun Oct 11 2015 4 38 pm Hello I saw your post about fecal eating bacteria I am very interested in your finding I have a biotech company and would like to collaborate with you on this project Please reply here or send me your reply to email protected Thanks Reply with quote EnricoPallazzo EnricoPallazzo Posts 16 Joined Sun Dec 04 2011 6 13 pm Tue Nov 03 2015 6 49 pm Hi There are some papers reporting on bacteria that lyse sludge and or other bacteria http www ncbi nlm nih gov pubmed 17163040 And to my knowledge certain Bacillus species can also very effieciently lyse E coli These findings

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about16232.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Need some dinoflagellates.
    year of civil engineering student I want some dinoflagellates for my extra curricular project work So can I get some of them from any online shop or anywhere so can able purchase Please help I am from INDIA Reply with quote Sitesh Sitesh Posts 2 Joined Thu Aug 27 2015 9 04 pm Re Need some dinoflagellates Thu Aug 27 2015 9 16 pm Dinoflagellates or any type of Bioluminescent

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about42834.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Biology-Online • View topic - botox=botulinum?
    only in a very small amount in this botox therapy I think that they have to dilute the botulinum toxin until 40 000 times before it can be used in therapy Reply with quote MrMistery MrMistery Posts 6832 Joined Thu Mar 03 2005 10 18 pm Location Romania small and unimportant country Mon Feb 05 2007 11 23 am It s still a stupid thing to do if you ask me Reply with quote crashxxbrn crashxxbrn Posts 15 Joined Sun Dec 31 2006 3 20 pm Sat Mar 24 2007 5 03 pm It s also interesting to see how such a small diluted amount of Clostridium botulinum can be responsible for that much larger amounts cause disseminated paralysis respiratory failure and death One would think that would daunt people but we ve become such a superficial society willing to do anything to rid ourselves of a few wrinkles of the inevitable Reply with quote Dustfinger Dustfinger Posts 1448 Joined Thu Aug 10 2006 7 22 pm Location Somewhere in the endless Universe Sat Mar 24 2007 7 31 pm I think it s stupid to deal with Botox just to get rid of some wrinkles Just as it s stupid to eat this Japanase fish don t remember the name which pararlyses you if the poisonous parts have not been removed properly Reply with quote crashxxbrn crashxxbrn Posts 15 Joined Sun Dec 31 2006 3 20 pm Sat Mar 24 2007 11 05 pm It really is stupid as Botox is not a cure for the wrinkles just a band aid so to speak One needs these injections several times a year Perhaps if it were more permanent I d think of it as a better idea Reply with quote Dustfinger Dustfinger Posts 1448 Joined Thu Aug 10 2006

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about9721.html (2016-02-17)
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