Microbiology Blogs

We have compiled a list of blogs that focus on microbiology or have a reasonable number of posts about microbiology.  I compiled a list on my Tree of Life blog mostly in response to a comment at the ASM Meeting in 2012 from someone on the ASM Communications Committee who thought there would only be a small number worth looking at.  I assert said person was completely wrong.  If you know of any others please suggest in comments.

If you’d like to subscribe to these en masse, and you’re down with OPML, you can download an OMPL file of the entire list.

Microbiology Blogroll

31 thoughts on “Microbiology Blogs

  1. Great. It’s really a best collection of blogs in the subject of Microbiology. Every blog mentioned here is information packed, real value for its readers. Thanks for the great list.

  2. Fantastic list! I was already following a few of these, but didn’t realise how many I was missing.

    I suppose I should offer my own infrequent blog too – http://www.microbites.org/

    I have 9 months off now while I save up for my Msc in Infection Biology, so expect more content and discussion of primary research papers.

  3. Very nice…

    Fantastic list! I was already following a few of these, but didn’t realise how many I was missing.

    I suppose I should offer my own infrequent blog too – http://www.microbites.org/

    I have 9 months off now while I save up for my Msc in Infection Biology, so expect more content and discussion of primary research papers.

  4. Nice……Current microbiology research, new and forthcoming publications, forthcoming conferences, hot research topics, high impact publications in microbiology, molecular biology and PCR. horizonpress.com/blogger

  5. Waht is meant by metal breathing bacteria?? And chemolithotroph are metal breathing bacteria?? How metal breathing bacteria could be a useful tool for industrial and environmental protection??

  6. Hello,

    I have a question re Lactophenol Cotton Blue dye. Does it bind to anything else other than fungal structures? If I look at a urine sample and long strands are picking up the dye – does this confirm that they are of fungal origin? I´m asking because it appears two different structures are picking up the dye: the above mentioned long strands, but also much larger roundish/squarish cells, similar to epithelial cells. But then they shouldn´t pick up the dye. Can anyone help?

    Thanks.

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