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Researchers explore the mechanism involved in the living world’s fastest cell movements

Researchers explore the mechanism involved in the living world’s fastest cell movements

Study analyzes the viability of new nanomolecule as drug delivery vehicle

Study analyzes the viability of new nanomolecule as drug delivery vehicle

UVA researchers solve a decades-old mystery about how bacteria can move

UVA researchers solve a decades-old mystery about how bacteria can move

Viruses exploit ability to sense the environment to maximize their infective yield

Viruses exploit ability to sense the environment to maximize their infective yield

Stopping a pervasive bacterium that makes millions sick each year

Stopping a pervasive bacterium that makes millions sick each year

Scientists develop nature-inspired steerable catheter for brain surgery

Scientists develop nature-inspired steerable catheter for brain surgery

Study describes IgG antibodies in Crohn's disease specific for human bacterial flagellins

Study describes IgG antibodies in Crohn's disease specific for human bacterial flagellins

Study shows how self-swimming microbes survive in harsher environments

Study shows how self-swimming microbes survive in harsher environments

INTEGRA’s electronic pipettes enable reproducible analysis in microbial evolution research

INTEGRA’s electronic pipettes enable reproducible analysis in microbial evolution research

Newly discovered protein regulates molecular motors in response to light

Newly discovered protein regulates molecular motors in response to light

A new method to determine how carcinogenic bacteria reach their targets

A new method to determine how carcinogenic bacteria reach their targets

Single-dose universal vaccine could protect against leptospirosis bacteria

Single-dose universal vaccine could protect against leptospirosis bacteria

Glycylation essential to keep sperm swimming in a straight line, shows study

Glycylation essential to keep sperm swimming in a straight line, shows study

Researchers demonstrate potential preventive treatment for Crohn's disease

Researchers demonstrate potential preventive treatment for Crohn's disease

Using magnetic bacteria to control liquids at the micro level

Using magnetic bacteria to control liquids at the micro level

Mutual bacterial-fungal relationship allows microbes to travel in exchange for thiamine

Mutual bacterial-fungal relationship allows microbes to travel in exchange for thiamine

Bacterial movement is powered by tiny protein motor

Bacterial movement is powered by tiny protein motor

Why some sperm swim in circles – it’s a protein defect

Why some sperm swim in circles – it’s a protein defect

Mechanism for antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas explained in new research

Mechanism for antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas explained in new research

Green tea compound shows promise in tackling antibiotic resistance

Green tea compound shows promise in tackling antibiotic resistance