They detect bacteria in the ISS against several drugs


DRAFTING.- Researchers at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Pasadena, California, SA have encountered a number of problems of remote populations on the International Spa (ISS) that faced complex multi-drug traffickers, and raising concerns about the potential for future health.

According to the study published in the BMC Microbiology magazine, five Enterobacter bugandensis measures were identified in samples taken from a small house and exercise platform from the ISS in 2015. Genetic copying of the individual units defined and compared to all public public ginoma available at Enterobacter collected on Earth.

The result showed that the ISS specimens genomes were very similar to three species of E. bugandensis, recently identified as a result of diagnostic diseases and patients with problems.

An analysis of the active and antimicrobial attacks of the five bacterial characters showed that they were; Attending five of the antibiotics who usually used to; use – including penicillin – and two other "intermediate struggle". This abundance is usually found in the religious route, in rubbish and in the soil, and is linked to a wide range of nosocomial diseases.

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It has recently been noted that the competition for the construction of bacteria for foreign genetic material can be increased in microgravity and its output. Increasing the resistance to meatal and antibiotics, causes of predicting different types of LES; attack becomes more polluter in the future.

The researchers were expected to be able to; making a 79% similar computer study that could cause people to get infections.

According to Kasthuri Venkateswaran, the author is investigated, whether the ISS's organisms cause disease and the risk they represent, depending on a variety of factors (environment, spatial , etc.).

"Further surveys in life are needed to understand the impact of the IAS's conditions in line with their complexity," he said.

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