Impetigo.Two clinical types of impetigo exist: nonbullous and bullous. The nonbullous type is more common and typically occurs on the face and extremities, initially with vesicles or pustules on reddened skin. The vesicles or pustules eventually rupture to leave the characteristic honey-colored (yellow-brown) crust (Fig. 1). Bullous impetigo, almost exclusively caused by S. aureus, exhibits flaccid bullae with clear yellow fluid that rupture and leave a golden-yellow crus
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Plant endophyte. In the past, rhizosphere bacteria have been observed to be effective antagonists against many different sorts of fungal pathogens. Recently, studies have indicated that bacteria colonizing the plant interior are able to improve plant growth and suppress pathogen. Competitions between endophytic bacteria and pathogens are observed due to the limited nutrient supply inside plant tissue. Both endophytic fungi and bacteria produce antibiotic agents.
A half a cup serving of lotus root provides over 60% RDA of Vitamin C. The high vitamin C content in the juice helps to melt mucus accumulation in the respiratory system & eliminates it from your body. It releases the mucus or phlegm accumulation in the lungs & dissolve them, thus is helpful as remedy for asthma, bronchitis, cold, cough & tuberculosis. The root also contains essential minerals like zinc, magnesium, copper & iron, which help the body in the production of red blood cells…
Published on Sep 25, 2012 Here we present how a new born human gut microbial community develops from resembling the delivery method (vaginal) to look like, after almost 3 years of life, the one of an adult. This trajectory is created from the data published by Koenig JE et al. 2011 framed around the data generated by the Human Microbiome Project (HMP).