This project, which is a collaboration with the Tiny Earth Project Initiative (TEPI), seeks to identify novel antibiotic producing microbes from the soil in an effort to combat the growing crisis of single and multi-drug resistant bacterial pathogens.

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Submissions from 2020

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Pseudomonas and Bacillus Soil Isolates Produce Antibiotics, Chelsea Brandt and Dr. Lori Scott

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Identification of Antibiotic Producing Soil Bacteria Against Bacillus subtilis, Morgan Brockhouse and Dr. Lori Scott

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The Identification of Antibiotic-Producing Bacillus from Soil, Daniel Coe and Dr. Lori Scott

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Antibiotic Producing Microbes Found in Soil, Rediat Ephrem and Dr. Lori Scott

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Pseudomonas and Bacillus as Potential Sources of Novel Antibiotics, Cory Jayne and Dr. Lori Scott

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Identification of Uncommon Antibiotic-Producing Illinois Soil Isolates, Lesly Muniz and Dr. Lori Scott

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Unknown Soil Isolates from Urban Park as Antibiotic Producers, Sydney Parra and Dr. Lori Scott

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Isolated Antibiotic Producing Bacteria in Local Soil Samples Determined to be Bacillus, Cassidy Potter and Dr. Lori Scott

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Isolating Antibiotic-producing Bacteria From Soil, Michelle Santiago and Dr. Lori Scott

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Screening for antibiotic-producers in soil from a garden, Long Tran and Dr. Lori Scott

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Putative Antibiotic Producer: A Pseudomonas genus with Antibiotic Properties, John Tworek and Dr. Lori Scott