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.
The origin of all biological movements, including walking, swimming, or flying, can be traced back to cellular movements; however, little is known about how cell motility arose in evolution.
Scientists have developed the first “living medicine” to treat antibiotic-resistant bacteria thriving on medical implants’ surfaces.
Bacteria are known to be versatile living organisms capable of colonizing a wide variety of tissues, hosts, or environments inside a host.