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In our latest piece, Janet Daly discusses the species jump of influenza A virus from horses to dogs and the insights this gives into the factors involved in interspecies transmission events.
Magnus Evander gives past, present and future perspectives on Inkoo virus – a mosquito-borne virus in northern Europe causing fever and meningoencephalitis.
Missed out on attending the British Society for Parasitology’s Autumn Symposium? Read our report of the event here, including talks from Roy Anderson and David Molyneux.
Researchers have developed a novel compound, L-HIPPO, which can prevent viral budding in HIV-infected cells. It has been suggested this compound could supplement existing ‘kick and kill’ strategies, allowing complete eradication of HIV in the body.
Blood infection (sepsis) causes millions of deaths worldwide and is the most frequent cause of death in hospitalized patients. Sepsis…
In this interview, we speak to Tracey Goldstein, Co-Principal Investigator and Pathogen Diagnostics Co-Lead for the viral emergence early-warning project PREDICT, who gives us an overview of the project, what brought it about and some of the findings thus far.
Researchers have discovered that a leaderless intercellular peptide signal may contribute to group A Streptococcus virulence; providing a framework for the identification in other microorganisms that may potentially serve as therapeutic targets.
Researchers have identified the mTOR pathway as a ‘druggable’ key regulator of HIV-1 persister reservoirs in gut-homing CD4+ T cells.