Articles Tagged with “BACTERIA”

The model tissues, barely a decade old, have become more clever and complex—and increasingly useful.

Mini gut models give scientists a front row seat to some of the most puzzling pathogen behaviors.

A novel use of bacteria could blunt the spread of dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases.

Puzzling through the cholera antibody response may help slow a disease that affects millions of people every year.

A milestone vaccine will soon move forward in clinical trials. But does its target—the MAP bacterium—actually play a role in the condition?

The common surgical glove has an amorous past.

Bacteria in the body can soak up or block medications, offering a tantalizing explanation for why drugs sometimes don’t work.

Receptors that can smell and taste exist throughout the body. Can they be allies in learning to fight disease?

As more bacteria gain resistance to standard treatments, is the answer a return to therapeutic metals?

Guidelines for operating room attire may change in 2019 and ease tension over donning the controversial bouffant.