Category Archives: Medical Microbiology

Mesentery – The New Organ can now change the history of Human Anatomy

Although the scientific research is advancing in recent times there are many things which still remained unexplored. In biomysteries lets me introduce you to a new organ that remained unexplored. Researchers from Ireland identified a part of our digestive tract, … Continue reading

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Wondered why some pink stuff growing in bathroom?

You probably have freaked out sometimes by seeing the mysterious pink streaks on toilet walls or bathtubs. But have you wondered what these are? In Biological Mysteries this is also a big question but with simple answer. The answer is … Continue reading

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Where is Ebola now? 2016 update

The Deadlier Ebola outbreak and it was one of the major pandemic known. This small neither living nor dead nanoscale object shook the world back in 2013-2014 and also after. It was a mighty fight among the researchers around the … Continue reading

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Resistance of bacteria from stomach acid with the power of Intimin

Most of the bacteria usually communicate our body’s inner mechanism by mouth and nose, which are regarded as the most common entry. Many people get diarrhoea when some of these bacteria which have entered become opportunistic. One of the most … Continue reading

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16S rRNA and the Strategy Used in Bacterial Identification

The topic I made here is not as new and is well known among Microbiologists, although specifically including the conserved sequence present in 16S rRNA as the major part of this topic. 16S rRNA the component of smaller subunit of … Continue reading

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Genetic Background of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease, the well known progressive neurologic disease of the brain, leading to irreversible loss of neurons and the loss of intellectual abilities, including memory and reasoning, which become severe enough to impede social or occupational functioning. There are multiple researchers … Continue reading

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Biofilm Strategy in Staphylococcus spp.

I felt of discussing something entirely new and challenging and came out with the biofilms. This is very extraordinary understanding and currently many researchers are working on understanding biofilm production by certain species and particularly in Staphylococcus spp, which is … Continue reading

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Understanding in a NEW mode of MDR TB

Multidrug-resistance tuberculosis (MDR TB), a known form of tuberculosis that is resistant to one or multiple primary drugs (isoniazid and rifampin) used normally in the treatment of tuberculosis. Extensively drug resistant TB (XDR TB) is resistant to at least isoniazid … Continue reading

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