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Molecular Biology

Microbiology lecture notes David B. Fankhauser, Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Chemistry, University of Cincinnati Clermont College
Cell Biology 301 David B. Fankhauser, Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Chemistry, University of Cincinnati Clermont College
Genetics 302 Handouts David B. Fankhauser, Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Chemistry, University of Cincinnati Clermont College
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Microbiology: Principles and Explorations
Illustrated Microbiology Memory Cards: MicroMnemonics
Microbiology the Easy Way
Cliffs Quick Review of Microbiology
Microbiology Study Guide: Key Review Questions and Answers
Schaum's Outline of Microbiology
Microbiology Demystified (2nd Ed) due Sep 2011


Drug-resistant ward bug concern - 18/11/08
Engineering algae to make fuel instead of sugar - 17/12/08
How protein receptors on cells switch on and off - 16/01/09
Billions Of Years Ago, Microbes Were Key In Developing Modern Nitrogen Cycle - 03/03/09
Scientists determine 3D structure of proteins in living cells for the first time - 05/03/09
Single molecule tracking helps reveal mechanism of chromosome separation in dividing cells - 06/03/09
Coenzyme rare to bacteria critical to Mycobacterium tuberculosis survival - 23/03/09
New steps forward in cell reprogramming - 10/08/09
Magnetic microbe genome attracting attention for biotech research - 12/08/09
Researchers determine the composition of centromeric chromatin - 28/09/09
New study resolves the mysterious origin of Merkel cells - 28/09/09
ATP is a key to feel warm temperature - 08/10/09 It helps transmit temperature information from skin keratinocytes to afferent sensory neurons
Chromosomes dance and pair up on the nuclear membrane - 13/11/09
Computational microscope peers into the working ribosome (w/ Video)
Cells defend themselves from viruses, bacteria with armor of protein errors - 25/11/09
Researchers discover biological basis of 'bacterial immune system' - 25/11/09
Researchers Identify Key Molecules in Photosynthesis - 02/12/09
Heme channel found - 17/12/09
Within a cell, actin keeps things moving - 17/12/09
'Lifeless' prion proteins are 'capable of evolution' - 01/01/10
Researchers find key interaction that controls telomeres - 17/02/10
Researchers identify mechanism malaria parasite uses to spread among red blood cells - 18/02/10
Biologists discover how biological clock controls cell division in bacteria - 18/02/10
Scientists catalog zoo of bacteria inside our guts - 03/03/10
How ATP, Molecule Bearing 'the Fuel of Life,' Is Broken Down in Cells - 09/03/10
The pre-history of life: Elegantly simple organizing principles seen in ribosomes - 12/04/10
Vitamin B3 Controls Important Life Processes by Changing Shape in Response to Oxygen Level - 07/06/10
Researchers use X-ray diffraction microscope to reveal 3-D internal structure of whole cell - 07/06/10
Gently unfolding proteins to watch them refold - 07/06/10
Windscreen water infection risk - 13/06/10
Caltech biologists discover how T cells make a commitment - 02/07/10
The art of dividing: Researchers decode function and protein content of the centrosome - 06/09/10
Evolutionarily young protein helps ancient RNA get into shape - 13/10/10
Researchers reshape basic understanding of cell division - 05/11/10
Arsenic-loving bacteria may help in hunt for alien life - 02/12/10
New type of insect repellant may be thousands of times stronger than DEET - 09/05/11
Human Microbiome Project reveals largest microbial map - 13/06/12
Immune system molecule weaves cobweb-like nanonets to snag Salmonella, other intestinal microbes - 21/06/12
Is the toilet seat really the dirtiest place in the home? - 16/11/12
Genomes of 201 microbes sequenced - 5/07/13
Deep microbes live long and slow - 28/08/13
Alien life found living in Earth's atmosphere, claims scientist - 19/09/13
The machinery of mitosis: Kinetechores, centrioles and chromosome pumps - 04/10/13
There’s a bacterium on a diatom on an amphipod on a . . . you know the rest - 10/12/13
Study finds TB strains in Russia becoming both more resistant to drugs and faster evolving - 27/01/14
This Will Make You Never, Ever Want To Put A Lemon Wedge In Your Water Again - 27/01/14
Unpacking the past: Identifying a key evolutionary step in E. coli metabolism - 28/01/14
Antibiotics timebomb: death of the wonder drug - 04/02/14
Tiny motors controlled inside human cell - 11/02/14
Bacterial superbug protein structure solved - 16/02/14
Mitosis mystery solved as role of key protein is confirmed - 18/02/14
30,000-year-old giant virus 'comes back to life' - 03/03/14 Pithovirus sibericum
Sixteen killed in Manchester by hospital superbug - 06/03/14
Malaria 'spreading to new altitudes' - 06/03/14 The highlands of Ethiopia could be more vulnerable to malaria if temperatures rise
Catheter innovation destroys dangerous biofilms - 25/03/14
Polio in Syria: An outbreak that threatens the Middle East - 25/03/14
Genome sequencing of MRSA infection predicts disease severity - 09/04/14
Team solves decades-old mystery of how cells keep from bursting - 10/04/14
Researchers determine how mechanical forces affect T-cell recognition and signaling - 10/04/14
'Shocking' video reveals the surprising truth about cell wall growth - 12/05/14
Measles cases in the US reach 20-year high - 29/05/14
Growing unknown microbes one by one - 24/06/14 SlipChip
How not to catch Ebola - 07/10/14
Why Ebola is so dangerous - 08/10/14
Antibiotics: US discovery labelled 'game-changer' for medicine - 07/01/15
Rapid blood test to 'cut antibiotic use' - 18/03/15
Chemists solve major piece of cellular mystery - 27/08/15 biochemists led by Caltech's André Hoelz has solved the architecture of the nuclear pore complex's complicated inner ring, a subcomplex that is central to the cellular machine's ability to serve as a barrier and transport facilitator
Biologists discover bacteria communicate like neurons in the brain - 21/10/15
Researchers find evidence of cavity-dwelling microbial life from 3 billion years ago - 28/12/15
Infections resist 'last antibiotic' in US - 27/05/16
What lives under your fingernails? - 23/06/16