No, honestly, the wonder the ISS is full of spell, much of astonishment. But some are strongly opposed to antibiotics, and that is worrying.
The International Speech Station could be clean pronounced but it is, indeed, a & # 39; whistle with microbes JPL-NASA scientists report to identify several pages of Enterobacter in samples collected from the space station and space station exercise center. Enterobacter is more familiar in the presence of patients with weak protection systems in hospitals, and antibiotics.
Fortunately, the types specified on the ISS are not very simple (they do not affect people). And, although it is impossible for people with no bacteria – we will find our own microbiomes around anywhere we go – it's a Enterobacter is worried about the station.
The sex is incredible for her shouting an unidentified patient here on Earth; It is also known for antibiotics. Spain (a pity of sense) an environment out of this world. There is more radiation, there is no effect, there are people everywhere, bent in a tube with much of their two-oxide carbon. All those restrictions could change how the microbanks live and multiply – these changes can, therefore, cause them to become natural to people.
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NASA employs many of the microbiologists at the Laboratory Jet Propulsion, which regularly co-ordinates. A microbiotic sampalan study set out from the ISS to see if the life of a space changes their population or customs. Microbiologists also monitor biological hazards in the equipment or health of the astrons. This is the first time they have entered Enterobacter steps; serving antibiotics in the station.
"To show which species of the current drug on the ISS, we used different ways of identifying genome in detail. We found that genomes of the five ISS Enterobacter steps were largely similar to three new types found on Earth, "is explained microbiologist Kasthuri Venkateswaran.
"These three types had one species of the so-called" Enterobacter bugandensis, which was found as a result of inflammatory illnesses and inflicted patients, which were introduced into three different hospitals (in eastern Africa, Washington State and Colorado). "
The specimens were collected in 2015. Since astronauts have not been hit since then, the lumps appear to be in danger. However, the team says that this situation is capable of changing rapidly – and it would be bad. The stored Enterobacter was introduced to be a constant range of antibiotics, and almost completely protected to cefazolin, cefoxitin, oxacillin, penicillin, and rifampin.
The categories also share 112 genera with clinical species, related to fitness, disease and protection. The team reports that computer models show 79% of the likelihood of getting space spaces current human and diseaseSouth Westerly
At present, however, the warriors are safe. But the options, however, are still worried to prove in living organisms. So the team is working to better understand the situation and develop a response method (which they do not hope to use) against those bacteria.
"At least if there is an adequate abundance of E. bugandensis causing disease and what is at risk, depending on a variety of factors, including environmental ones," said Venkateswaran. "Further live surveys are required to influence the effects of ISS settings, such as micro-diversity, other space, and causes that relate to spacecraft, rationality and wellbeing. "
The newspaper "Intermediate Enterobacter bugandensis species multiplied from the International Speech Station and genomic analyzes with planetary human measures" have been published in the magazine Microbiology BMCSouth Westerly
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