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Streptococcus pneumoniae, or Pneumococcus, is a very common bacterial infection in both industrialized and developing countries. In particular, young children and the elderly represent high-risk populations of developing pneumococcal infections. According to the WHO, the bacterium kills up to one million children under the age of five years each year worldwide. It accounts for many Bacterial Meningitis cases in adults and it is the most common cause of Bacteraemia, Pneumonia, Meningitis and Otitis media in young children.
Georgia State professor receives $2.3 million federal grant to study inflammation in infectious diseases

Georgia State professor receives $2.3 million federal grant to study inflammation in infectious diseases

New plasmonic isothermal PCR technology can detect respiratory viral pathogens in 30 minutes

New plasmonic isothermal PCR technology can detect respiratory viral pathogens in 30 minutes

Study profiles the nose to predict immune response during COVID-19

Study profiles the nose to predict immune response during COVID-19

Carbon-based nanomaterials as potential COVID-19 treatments

Carbon-based nanomaterials as potential COVID-19 treatments

Researchers use bacterial strains to measure host gene expression in mouse model

Researchers use bacterial strains to measure host gene expression in mouse model

Study provides valuable interaction about animal host and pathogen during pneumococcal infections

Study provides valuable interaction about animal host and pathogen during pneumococcal infections

Scientists provide insight on how lung bacteria protect against invading pathogens

Scientists provide insight on how lung bacteria protect against invading pathogens

COVID-19 patients at risk of fatal co-infection during ICU stays

COVID-19 patients at risk of fatal co-infection during ICU stays

Pneumococcal vaccine effective at protecting children against most severe type of pneumonia

Pneumococcal vaccine effective at protecting children against most severe type of pneumonia

Vaccine reduces race-based pneumococcal disease disparities

Vaccine reduces race-based pneumococcal disease disparities

Benefits of routine childhood immunizations far outweigh the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission

Benefits of routine childhood immunizations far outweigh the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission

UConn researchers tackle a vexing problem in the development of vaccines

UConn researchers tackle a vexing problem in the development of vaccines

WHO's new data reveals high levels of antibiotic resistance worldwide

WHO's new data reveals high levels of antibiotic resistance worldwide

New capsules are critical for addressing the rapidly changing bacteria, says expert

New capsules are critical for addressing the rapidly changing bacteria, says expert

New and unexplored angle in the binding of SARS-CoV-2 to host cells

New and unexplored angle in the binding of SARS-CoV-2 to host cells

Universal childhood vaccination could prevent antimicrobial resistance

Universal childhood vaccination could prevent antimicrobial resistance

Tapping into the powers of nature to identify virus killers

Tapping into the powers of nature to identify virus killers

Raw-type dog food contains high levels of multidrug-resistant bacteria

Raw-type dog food contains high levels of multidrug-resistant bacteria

Research uncovers risk factors associated with pneumococcal carriage in Fiji

Research uncovers risk factors associated with pneumococcal carriage in Fiji

Novel, affordable pneumonia vaccine tested in human patients

Novel, affordable pneumonia vaccine tested in human patients