We looked inside some of the tweets by @NatureMicrobiol and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Polysaccharide length affects mycobacterial cell shape and antibiotic susceptibility https://t.co/JQjRb8vygc
Eugenio Hotzz et al https://t.co/jrmSKgRwLu
Genomic and fossil windows into the secret lives of the most ancient fungi Berbee et al discuss the inferences about the lifestyle of fungi from fossil and genomic records https://t.co/GnWwr1VrsL @CStrulluDerrien @ISYEB_UMR @LRSV_Toulouse @PierreMarcDelau @CNRS @UT3PaulSabatier https://t.co/fShNYjpyv7
Biogeography of marine giant viruses reveals their interplay with eukaryotes and ecological functions https://t.co/bPQrzT6uWe Metagenomic data from Tara Oceans expeditions reveals distinct marine giant virus communities in polar biomes, and similarities on the surface & at depth https://t.co/9wyXCL9bMi
Near-atomic cryo-electron microscopy structures of varicella-zoster virus capsids by Shaowei Li, Hua Zhu, Hong Zhou, Tong Cheng, Ningshao Xia & co. Read it here: https://t.co/Ty7AziPpR8