Arizona State University

Clues about autism may come from the gut

Contact: Joseph Caspermeyer Joseph.Caspermeyer@asu.edu Arizona State University Bacterial flora inhabiting the human gut have become one of the hottest topics in biological research. Implicated in a range of important activities including digestion, fine-tuning body weight, regulating immune response, and producing… Read More ›

New salmonella-based ‘clean vaccines’ aid the fight against infectious disease:To accomplish this, a recombinant strain of Salmonella was constructed using genes from another pathogen, Francisella tularensis

* They are using genes from tularensis ” inhaling as few as 10 bacteria could be potentially deadly ” I feel uncomfortable with the Gates foundation funding support utilizing a Bioweapon strain of  Rabbit Fever?   New salmonella-based ‘clean vaccines’ aid the fight against infectious… Read More ›

ASU study finds antimicrobials from personal care products in statewide survey of Minnesota’s rivers and lakes – triclosan

Highlights First statewide U.S. survey finds antimicrobial compounds present in sediments of Minnesota’s rivers, creeks and lakes Personal care product active ingredients triclosan (TCS) and triclocarban (TCC) detected in all samples takenupstreamanddownstreamof wastewater treatment plants Among the two known endocrine… Read More ›