Antibodies: Endgame – The cure for all viral infections

Antibodies are fast becoming the focus for many pharmaceutical companies developing treatments for a wide variety of diseases. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, could manipulating the body’s production of antibodies be the silver bullet to curing all viral infections and preventing pandemics of the future? The human body is a miraculous machine […]

How a garden gate could help your post takeaway food poisoning

The YddA transporter found in Escherichia coli (E. coli) may have a direct involvement in the export of antibiotics or virulence factors back out of the E. coli cell once they have penetrated- this would cause antibiotic resistance in the bacteria and allow it to cause more issues when infecting a human host. Ever wake […]

How do you know who you are?

 Authors: Daniella A and Alfred T  We were having this nice catch up, Daniella and myself, when she took a philosophical turn: “How do you know who you are? Identity wise?”  Wow! I thought, what a question, and, then, I don’t have a clue.  I have an inclination where Daniella is coming from, I will let her tell […]