Nature Microbiology

A global Nitrogen mystery unraveled

The study could significantly changes the understanding of ammonia oxidation.

Gene identification offers new insights into fungal infections

Gene selection and drug resistance in recent candida adaptation.

Bacterial threat to newborns from mothers

Placental S. agalactiae DNA linked to neonatal unit admission and pro-inflammatory cytokines in term infants.

Healthy gut microbiome may protect against aging

Viral diversity in the gut may be associated with a longer lifespan.

New molecular method speeds up detection of antibiotic resistance

New method reveals bacterial reaction to antibiotics in five minutes.

AI takes over microbial experiments: accelerating research progress

Mapping Microbial Metabolism with BacterAI: No Prior Knowledge Required.

The Mysterious Viruses Lurking in Your Baby’s Gut

Advancing our knowledge of viral communities in the healthy infant gut.

Microbes that co-operate, contribute more carbon emissions

Communities of microbes that work together release more carbon dioxide.

Antimicrobial-resistant bacteria found in neonates from low- and middle-income countries

They also found examples of transmission of sepsis-causing resistant bacteria within hospitals...

Study tracks sulfur-based metabolism in the open ocean

How photosynthetic microbes and ocean bacteria use sulfur, a plentiful marine nutrient?

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