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Driving Drug Resistance out of Fungi

Microbiologists are facing tremendous difficulties in their quest to fight C. albicans' drug resistance and biofilm formation. Each C. albicans microbe is a "diploid" organism, as it usually contains two copies of its entire genome and of all the genes encoded within. However, to understand the role that a specific gene plays, researchers

Diabetes New Insulin Sensitizers Discovered

A new study, led by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center, indicates that it may be possible to improve insulin sensitivity while avoiding these adverse effects. The findings were published online in Cell. Insulin, a hormone made in the pancreas, signals cells to grab glucose out of the bloodstream and use it

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