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Researchers have identified a subpopulation of T cells as key cytokine producers in addition to proposing a novel mechanism of immunosuppression following superantigen exposure.
Researchers have reported a small-molecule inhibitor of Candida albican protein Bdf1 and demonstrated the compound yields decreased fungal viability, suggesting a possible future antifungal.
Martin Olivier, discusses how the nanobiome of vectors may impact the infectious processes of disease, highlighting his work on exosomes in sandflies and leishmaniasis.
A new assay has been developed for the faster, cheaper and less labour-intensive detection of replicating latent HIV in infected individuals.
Researchers have uncovered metabolic changes in Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which may enable the bacteria to withstand exposure to antimicrobials, suggesting that targeting these pathways could reduce treatment times.
This review aims to provide a better understanding of HEV71 virology and potential antivirals for progressive clinical development with respect to their elucidated mechanistic actions.
Researchers have discovered that investigational cancer drug, BEZ235, may reduce the severity of influenza infection by altering host-cell metabolism, representing new treatment avenues.