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Researchers discover how bacteria could promote inflammation and the development of ovarian cancer more
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Tuberculosis in the blood

December 06, 2018
By analyzing the chemicals in the blood, scientists can find out who develops active tuberculosis more
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Emmanuelle Charpentier, director at the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology in Berlin, is among the winners of the international renowned Kavli prize. She is honoured for her pioneering work in developing the CRISPR-Cas9 system, a breakthrough tool for genetic engineering. The award ceremony will take place in Oslo on September 4, 2018. more
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In future, a blood test could identify which individuals with latent TB infection are at high risk of developing the disease more
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VPM1002 is being trailed for efficacy and safety in patients with recurrent tuberculosis and in HIV-exposed newborns more
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By extracting cholesterol from host cell membranes, Helicobacter pylori generates “micro-islands” more
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Max Planck scientists discover novel innate surveillance mechanism to fight off pathogenic Helicobacter strains more
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New mechanism of stomach gland regeneration reveals impact of Helicobacter pylori infection more
Vector Biology Unit at MPIIB joins the Infravec2 project: A European Commission 10M€ effort to fight mosquito-transmitted diseases

On February 14, the European Commission officially approved the Infravec2 project. This project will improve the European large-scale facilities (infrastructures) for research on mosquitoes and other insects (vectors) that carry human and animal diseases, and will promote sharing of the facilities by European researchers. more

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For Emmanuelle Charpentier, deciphering the functioning of an enzyme previously known only to experts was a life-changing moment more
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