Microbiology Today began in 1999; previous to this the Society magazine was called SGM Quarterly. For details of issues published before 1998, please contact the Editorial Office.
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Natural Products and Drug Discovery are the topics explored in the November edition of Microbiology Today. Various potential sources of novel drugs are discussed, with the featured articles examining the promise of foods such as honey and garlic, as well as bacterial products. The repurposing of existing drugs is another topic covered in the featured articles, as well as the process of drug development from an industry perspective in the Comment piece.
Microbiology Today August 2019 considers some of the viruses that are transmitted by arthropods and the arthropod vectors that carry them. The five feature articles look at how arboviruses affect plants, animals and humans alike and cover a range of topics, from overviews of specific arboviruses to how to control the spread of the diseases they cause by targeting the vectors that facilitate their transmission.
The May issue of Microbiology Today focuses on the varied interactions between humans and micro-organisms in terms of metabolism, health and disease. This issue's feature articles focus on a range of microbes, including bacteria, viruses and fungi, looking at both the beneficial impact on human health and how they cause disease.
The first 2019 issue of Microbiology Today explores microbes found throughout the world’s oceans. The five featured articles focus on a variety of micro-organisms, examining their wide-ranging roles within the marine environment and the impact they can have both in the sea and on dry land.