Microbial mules: Engineering bacteria to transport nanoparticles and drugs
Unleash the nanobots! A Scientific American article chronicles advances in nanotechnology, which allows researchers to harness some of our bacterial buddies and nemeses to deliver useful medication to sick cells. Which bacteria? There’s a ton, but the list includes E. coli and Listeria monocytogenes.
Study: Climate [...]
Joint problems, ulcerative colitis, kidney failure, and diabetes can follow infection with certain foodborne pathogens.
It’s terrifying to think about, but according to an article posted today on Scientific American, it’s possible.
Increasingly, scientists are finding that serious health problems can follow food poisoning. And it’s not just a couple [...]
Neogen announces third quarter revenue and income increases
Want to know how we did this past quarter? Check out the press release here.
What is preventative care?
Fully Vetted’s Dr. Jennifer Coates gives readers a rundown on what to expect from spring preventative care for our beloved furry (or not so furry) friends.
Q&A with [...]