Where do people go, our bacteria follow. As we know the truth is that the Earth and micro space space stations are in the space station, a research team has found a new reason to worry about them.
A genetic analysis of samples collected from space missions came from the station, in other places, some of the bacteria in the IAS were found to contain antibiotics for antibiotics. Researchers from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory say this is a reminder that space shuttle threatens a space station.
In this new study the researchers explained the genus of this species in detail. Their genetic figures are 1,291 Enterobacter Pressure from the Earth. In addition, they realized that if the bacterial gene structure was understood, the bacteria would protect bacteria from vaccines.
The first writer of the study, Nitin Singh, emphasized that these difficulties are not dangerous, meaning they are an active or immediate threat. Singh, however, added. Endobacter buggensis An opportunistic illness is the cause of the disease. A computer analysis of organisms has shown that the threat to the future is a threat to humans.
This part was part of trying to understand how the microorganisms in the future might affect human life in space.
"How can microbes grow in a closed environment like the ISS to prepare better for health problems including space travelers?" He said. ISS helps us discover more of an unavailable space for astronauts: how to perpetuate the perception and life support system of a space vehicle will communicate with each other, "Singh said.
The satellite system is a unique feature of the bacteria and other microbiologists. As microorganisms germinate, transform and multiply on the earth, they will do the same thing on the same place. Spaces and cranes for storage and storage of space station have been preserved, but surviving to survive the survival of microorganisms. As researchers have found, some of those conversion are mutations that help fight antibiotics and are very difficult to combat bacteria.
To understand more about the space station, researchers hope to learn how to preserve the best astronomical objects. For example, they knew when and how often they could clean up some of the tools on the board.
If the bacterial items in the space plant are currently in danger, the human immune system compromises in space. So, in deep space missions likely to spend more time in space in space, adapters and bacteria may take a long time to switch, likely to have a higher risk of infection.
"When the immune system is weakened," said Singh, "the previously infected microorganisms will make you sick."
This study was published in the journal BMC Microbiology.