A*STAR researchers have figured out the detailed structure of a type of protein filament responsible for tethering and moving DNA in bacteria cells.
A*STAR researchers uncover how bacteria and the immune system generate alarm behavior in fish.
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.
Recent progress in our understanding of Malassezia fungi is helping to unlock the secrets of their role in human health and disease.
A deadly bacterium uses cellular proteins as bait to sabotage a pathway that enables immune response
A signaling receptor that aids bacterial communication may provide a target for reducing virulence without antibiotics
Understanding the intimate connections between microbes and development could lead to better treatment of disease