On This Week in Microbiology: a eukaryote without a mitochondrion, and using a phage enzyme to eliminate intracellular bacteria.
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Links for this episode
- Copper and Michael Schmidt in the news (The Scientist)
- Fair Pay for Postdocs (Huff Post)
- National Microbiome Initiative (White House)
- Twenty-five lectures in virology (virology blog)
- The shrinking mitochondrion (The Scientist)
- Eukaryote without a mitochondrion (Curr Biol)
- Why have organelles retained genomes? (Cell Sys)
- Bugs as drugs (Amer Acad Micro)
- Phage encoded lysin eliminates intracellular bacteria (eLife)
- Letters read on TWiM 128
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