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6 q&more articles about the topic antibioticsrss
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Multi-omics approach opens up new insights into the microbiome and mammalian lipid synthesis
Nature provides an enormous diversity of lipid molecules that originate from various pathways. Fatty acids are key modules for various lipids, including cell membrane lipids such as phospholipids or triacylglycerols, which are the major components of lipid droplets. Excess lipids or defects in ...
Development of new drug carriers based on the principles of nature
Developing new antimicrobial treatment strategies is becoming a key challenge in today's medical research. The targeted delivery of drugs into infected human tissue could significantly improve the antibiotic therapies to combat difficult-to-treat microorganisms.
Insect biotechnology as a means of exploiting biotechnology for the bioeconomy
With over a million documented species, insects are the most successful group of organisms from the perspective of biodiversity. In the course of their evolution, they have developed a giant arsenal of active ingredients and enzymes, which they use to defend themselves against enemies and disease ...
A never-ending challenge for drug research
Do you also find it tiresome and disagreeable when tasks long-since done and dusted suddenly resurface, appear never to have been finished in the first place and now need your urgent attention? In drug research, the topic of antibiotics is a shining – and simultaneously appalling – example of ...
RNase P – a possible antibiotics target?
Within the various domains of life, the evolution of the tRNA processing enzyme (RNase P) has led to a set of highly diverse architectonic solutions. Bacterial RNase P thus has a fundamentally different structure to human RNase P enzymes in the cell nucleus and mitochondria. This structural and ...
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