Discovery of TB blood test for detection of many silent spreaders

Integrated plasma proteomics reveals biomarkers for tuberculosis diagnosis.

Transforming the immune system to combat tuberculosis

Mycobacterium exposure alters lung macrophages and TB response.

Harnessing a parasite’s power to halt pain

Leishmania mexicana induces metabolomic shifts to reduce pain in skin lesions.

Rutgers Scientists invent deadly disease detection tool

Rapid pathogen quantification: A digital assay using DNA nanoballs.

New antibiotic targets drug-resistant bacteria

New antibiotic targets immutable bacterial structure.

The largest-ever study of TB identifies genetic causes of drug resistance

The Comprehensive Resistance Prediction for Tuberculosis International Consortium (CRyPTIC) research project.

Lung-on-chip uncovered new insight on response to early TB infection

The findings reveal the early events that take place during tuberculosis infection, and provide a model for future research into respiratory and other infections.

A new way to control vitamin K2 production in the bacterial pathogen that causes tuberculosis

Menaquinone (vitamin K2) plays a vital role in energy generation and environmental adaptation in many bacteria, including the human pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb). Although...

Indian scientists discovered a new way to fight TB

Tuberculosis kills. When it doesn’t, its effect stays for what is a lifetime. To make things worse, the current approach for treating TB consumes...

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