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Glycans in mucus are responsible for microbe-taming, study reveals

Glycans in mucus are responsible for microbe-taming, study reveals

Nanostructured surfaces can minimize bacterial adhesion

Nanostructured surfaces can minimize bacterial adhesion

Cholera-causing bacteria steal large stretches of intact DNA to become more efficient

Cholera-causing bacteria steal large stretches of intact DNA to become more efficient

Phage engineering gives antibacterial therapy a new lease of life

Phage engineering gives antibacterial therapy a new lease of life

New study shows how fungal biofilm morphology impacts lung disease

New study shows how fungal biofilm morphology impacts lung disease

African bacterium resists almost all drugs

African bacterium resists almost all drugs

Novel approach could help prevent sepsis in burn patients

Novel approach could help prevent sepsis in burn patients

Perfectus Biomed receives NBIC funding for commercialization of burn wound biofilm model

Perfectus Biomed receives NBIC funding for commercialization of burn wound biofilm model

Virginia Tech professor wins NSF grant to study biofilm formation in bacteria

Virginia Tech professor wins NSF grant to study biofilm formation in bacteria

Understanding creation of antibiotic scaffolds could drive new class of antibiotics

Understanding creation of antibiotic scaffolds could drive new class of antibiotics

Tohoku University professor awarded 2019 Yngve Ericsson Prize

Tohoku University professor awarded 2019 Yngve Ericsson Prize

Scientists investigate how fungus interacts with bacteria to trigger Crohn's disease

Scientists investigate how fungus interacts with bacteria to trigger Crohn's disease

Empa researchers aim to fight unwanted biofilms

Empa researchers aim to fight unwanted biofilms

Cannabis ingredient shows promise as potential antibiotic for superbugs

Cannabis ingredient shows promise as potential antibiotic for superbugs

Making Bacterial Infections a Thing of the Past for Chronic Respiratory Conditions

Making Bacterial Infections a Thing of the Past for Chronic Respiratory Conditions

Mutant bacterial receptor could help identify therapeutic compounds that inhibit quorum sensing

Mutant bacterial receptor could help identify therapeutic compounds that inhibit quorum sensing

Reversing drug resistance in tuberculosis bacteria

Reversing drug resistance in tuberculosis bacteria

Microorganisms on explanted pedicle screws could be potential cause for spinal implant failure

Microorganisms on explanted pedicle screws could be potential cause for spinal implant failure

Multifunctional nanoparticles could revolutionize treatments for complex bone diseases

Multifunctional nanoparticles could revolutionize treatments for complex bone diseases

Novel technique that uses nanotechnology and photonics prevents bacterial infections on surgical implants

Novel technique that uses nanotechnology and photonics prevents bacterial infections on surgical implants