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Research Presented in an Oral Session at ASM Microbe 2017: Bacteriophages are Potential New Human Pathogens

Bacteriophages are Potential New Human Pathogens

Human Microbiology Institute Research the First to Demonstrate that Bacteriophages Can Alter Gut Microbiome Causing Increased Gut Permeability, Which is Associated with Human Diseases

 Research Presented in an Oral Session at American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Microbe 2017

 

NEW YORK, NY, June 5, 2017 — Human Microbiology Institute (HMI), a not-for-profit scientific research organization founded by Drs. Victor and George Tetz, today presented data that demonstrate for the first time how viruses pathogenic to bacteria, called bacteriophages, can play a role in the development of mammalian disease. The study, conducted by Drs. V. and G. Tetz, was presented by Dr. G. Tetz in an oral session at American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Microbe 2017, June 1–5, 2017, in New Orleans.

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Research Presented in an Oral Session at ASM Microbe 2017: Introducing the Sporobiota

Introducing the Sporobiota: Spore-Forming Bacteria that Share Unique Characteristics Including Similar Human Health Challenges

Research Presented in an Oral Session at American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Microbe 2017

NEW YORK, NY, June 5, 2017 — Human Microbiology Institute (HMI), a not-for-profit scientific research organization founded by Drs. Victor and George Tetz, today proposed that the Sporobiota, unrelated spore-forming bacteria that share unique characteristics because of their spore-forming capabilities, pose significant challenges to human health. The study, conducted by Drs. V. and G. Tetz, supporting the Sporobiota as an important and newly recognized potential human pathogenic class were presented by Dr. G. Tetz in an oral session at American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Microbe 2017, June 1–5, 2017, in New Orleans.

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Introducing the Sporobiome: Human Microbiology Institute to Present at ASM Microbe 2017

 

NEW YORK (April 17, 2017) – Human Microbiology Institute, a not-for-profit scientific research organization, today announced that George Tetz and Victor Tetz will present data for the research study  “INTRODUCING THE SPOROBIOME: AN UNEXPLORED NEXUS OF RESISTOME AND NOVEL HUMAN PATHOGENS” as an oral presentation at the ASM Microbe 2017 Conference (June 1–5, 2017, New Orleans, LA).

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New Research Indicates Alzheimer’s and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases Are Contagious

NEW YORK, Sept. 23, 2016 – Alzheimer’s, cancer and other incurable diseases such as Parkinson’s and dementia can be contagious, according to researchers at the Human Microbiology Institute, who have published research linking the diseases to newly discovered bacterial viruses.

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New York Research Institute Publishes Case Report on Promising New Alzheimer’s Treatment

NEW YORK, June 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Researchers at the Human Microbiology Institute (HMI) have uncovered a potential new Alzheimer’s treatment that significantly reversed the late-stage effects of the debilitating neurodegenerative disease.

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Experimental treatment for dementia in end-stage Alzheimer’s disease: a case report

NEW YORK (May 27, 2016) – Human Microbiology Institute, delighted to present that its scientific core has been in the background of groundbreaking study for the compassionate use study of dementia in end-stage Alzheimer’s disease.

Upcoming publication:  Treatment End-stage Alzheimer’s Disease

NEW YORK (May 5, 2016) – Human Microbiology Institute is delighted to announce that its scientific core played a primary role in the groundbreaking study for the treatment of dementia in end-stage Alzheimer’s disease.

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Novel species Bacillus sp VT-712 isolated from the intestine of a patient with duodenal cancer.

NEW YORK (April 30, 2016) – Human Microbiology Institute reports the complete genome sequence of novel species Bacillus sp VT-712 isolated from the intestine of a patient with duodenal cancer.

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Human Microbiology Institute to Present at ASM Microbe 2016

NEW YORK (April 26, 2016) – Human Microbiology Institute a not-for-profit scientific research organization, today announced that George Tetz and Victor Tetz will present data for the research study “The Novel Species Paenibacillus sp. VT-400 as a Potentially Pathogenic Spore-Forming Bacteria in the Oral Cavity of Patients with Hematological Malignancies” at the ASM Microbe 2016 Conference (June 16–20, 2016, Boston, MA).