Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Antigenic variation by malaria parasites
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A typical gut bacterium that can spread through the body and cause a serious infection resists natural immune defenses and antibiotics by enhancing...
Small proteins, called chemokines, that direct immune cells toward sites of infection can also form DNA-bound nanoparticles that can induce chronic,...
Cell & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents:
Amy Shyer, Ph.D.
Laboratory of Morphogenesis
Sarah Schrader, MD/PhDCandidate Nathan Lab“Perturbation of arginine biosynthesis in mycobacteria elicits tolerance, persistence, and MIC-shifted resistance to antibiotics with other targets”
Tingting Li, PhDGuo Lab“Gut bacterial transamination impacts host amino acid homeostasis and physiology”
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