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Study could help beat multi-drug resistance

A new study at the Population Biology Laboratory at Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER) - Pune promises to help decipher this and several other similar mysteries........................

Cipla & SIGA partner to support innovation & access to novel...

Strategic partnership to deliver sustained innovation and access to novel antibacterial drugs, particularly against biothreats....................

NIOT develops rapid PCR Kit to detect multi drug resistant bacteria

Scientists at the National Institute of Ocean Technology, Port Blair have developed a highly effective kit to detect the multi-drug resistant (MDR) strains of the Gram-positive bacteria Enterococcus faecalis.................

Scientists identify a gene that could help increase rice productivity

Scientists at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research’s Bengaluru-based National Centre for Biological Sciences have identified a protein that has a critical role in the holding of the grains in the panicles of rice crops......................

Bacterial study gives fresh insights on diabetes & fibrosis

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati researchers have shown how some specialized protein molecules found on the cell membranes of all biological cells carry carbohydrate molecules into cells from outside....................

A new microbial species named after DBT Secretary, Dr Renu Swarup

The dearth of studies on archaea from the Sambhar lake prompted scientists at the National Centre for Cell Science (NCCS), Pune, to take on the challenge of exploring this lake for archaea, which led them to discover a novel archael species, Natrialba swarupiae....................

Last 2 days left to participate in 3rd edition of National...

The deadline for submissions to C-CAMP’s National Bio Entrepreneurship Competition 2019, India’s largest platform to showcase game-changing business ideas in biosciences is 14th September 2019. Check out the details....................

IIT Guwahati researchers develop hand-held device to detect bacteria

This novel, low-cost diagnostic device is a biocompatible sensor that can detect bacteria without cell culture and microbiological assays, thereby useful not only in healthcare but also in anti-bioterrorism measures and environmental monitoring applications...................

Suicide system in tuberculosis bacteria might hold key to treatment

The genome of the bacterium that causes TB holds a special toxin-antitoxin system with spectacular action: once the toxin is activated, all bacterial cells die, stopping the disease............…….

Selenium nanoparticles may act like antibacterial agents

The antibacterial effect of selenium may be due to the fact that at a particular concentration nano-selenium interacts with the bacterial cell surface and penetrates into the cell, thus causing damage.............