A*STAR scientists have devised an algorithm for accurately assembling genomes, paving the way for in-depth analysis of microbial communities in the human gut.
Tiny zinc oxide-based spikes that mimic natural antibacterial coatings puncture and damage microbial cell walls via oxidation
of tiny, rigid, and sharp pillars mimic natural antimicrobial surfaces by
binding and breaking bacterial cells open
Antimicrobials generated using a multidisciplinary fragment-based strategy destroy drug-resistant bacterial membranes