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Delivering healthy bacteria in a pill could help patients harboring out-of-balance microbial communities.
Intestinal microbes from male mice changed the hormones and disease rates of female mice.
“Death galaxy” chip shows bacteria evolve antibiotic resistance at a surprising pace.
A nanopore membrane creates faster, surer cultures for everything from hospital diagnostics to water-quality checks.
A new contrast agent could detect bacteria on medical implants, and help doctors decide how to treat infection.
Strain-specific tests quickly rule out bean sprouts as the cause of the deadly outbreak.
A new approach can make bacteria deliver medicine where it’s needed.
A twist on a traditional therapy shows promise for treating bowel disease.
A genome built from scratch is a step toward synthesizing novel organisms.