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Mycoplasma contamination is a bacterial infection of cell cultures in laboratories. These bacteria are difficult to detect and can easily spread from one culture to another once within a laboratory.
Study reveals causes of community-acquired pneumonia in children

Study reveals causes of community-acquired pneumonia in children

Modelling the biological mesoscale: an interview with Professor Art Olson

Modelling the biological mesoscale: an interview with Professor Art Olson

Targeting bacterial motility to combat chronic respiratory disease

Targeting bacterial motility to combat chronic respiratory disease

Sanford-Burnham to present new cancer research data at AACR 2014

Sanford-Burnham to present new cancer research data at AACR 2014

Protein M: an interview with Rajesh Grover, PhD, senior staff scientist, Lerner laboratory, TSRI

Protein M: an interview with Rajesh Grover, PhD, senior staff scientist, Lerner laboratory, TSRI

TSRI scientists discover unusual protein that probably helps some bacteria evade immune response

TSRI scientists discover unusual protein that probably helps some bacteria evade immune response

Low birth weight infants more susceptible to invasive infections

Low birth weight infants more susceptible to invasive infections

Cempra demonstrates solithromycin's potential against urogenital infections at ECCMID

Cempra demonstrates solithromycin's potential against urogenital infections at ECCMID

LSUHSC researchers study common STI

LSUHSC researchers study common STI

Meridian completes beta trials for two new illumigene molecular amplification tests

Meridian completes beta trials for two new illumigene molecular amplification tests

Positive results from Cempra's IV solithromycin Phase 1 study

Positive results from Cempra's IV solithromycin Phase 1 study

Pathogens identified in majority of childhood CAP hospitalizations

Pathogens identified in majority of childhood CAP hospitalizations

Trovagene receives European patent titled, ‘Methods for Detection of Nucleic Acid Sequences in Urine’

Trovagene receives European patent titled, ‘Methods for Detection of Nucleic Acid Sequences in Urine’

Common sexually transmitted bacterial infection more than doubles risk of HIV

Common sexually transmitted bacterial infection more than doubles risk of HIV

Infection with M. genitalium may double African women's HIV risk

Infection with M. genitalium may double African women's HIV risk

Idaho Technology submits FilmArray Respiratory Panel for FDA 510(k) clearance

Idaho Technology submits FilmArray Respiratory Panel for FDA 510(k) clearance

Meridian Bioscience first quarter net sales increase 8% to $40.3 million

Meridian Bioscience first quarter net sales increase 8% to $40.3 million

M. pneumoniae CARDS toxin plays a critical role in asthma

M. pneumoniae CARDS toxin plays a critical role in asthma

Teenage girls with recurrent PID face fivefold risk of chronic pelvic pain and high rates of infertility

Teenage girls with recurrent PID face fivefold risk of chronic pelvic pain and high rates of infertility

Meridian Bioscience second quarter net sales increases 32% to $41.1 million

Meridian Bioscience second quarter net sales increases 32% to $41.1 million