Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, Elio Schaechter and Jo Handelsman
Vincent, Jo, Michael, and Elio discuss two examples of dynamic microbial symbioses that switch between mutualistic and pathogenic states.
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Links for this episode:
- Roseobacticides modulate algal-bacterial sysmbiosis (J Am Chem Soc)
- Phaeobacter Jekyll-and-Hyde chemistry (Nat Chem)
- Photorhabdus switch between pathogenic and mutualistic states (Science)
- Worm kills insects by vomiting bacteria (Ed Yong)
- Letters read on TWiM 037
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Roseobacticides modulate algal-bacterial sysmbiosis (J Am Chem Soc)
I thought it was “symbiosis” as it was spelled in the intro next to the picture above.