By Alberto Conti, University of York It was 1981, when doctors in the US started noticing strange patterns across their
By Maria Constantin Maybe you’ve heard about the one of the latest superheroes or better said “badheroes” movie called “Venom”.
by Miriam Valera-Alberni Mitochondria: the tiny energy producers of the cell Every human is made of an estimated 37 million
The human body possesses a diverse and abundant repertoire of microorganisms, termed microbiota, occupying distinct internal and external niches. In numerical terms, the bacterial component alone approaches 50 phyla of 1000 species that cover 1014 bacteria per gram of luminal content.