Researchers discover a protein-cutting enzyme that may be responsible for inflammatory skin conditions triggered by yeast species.
A programmable gene editing tool targets and eliminates a rapidly mutating RNA virus responsible for hand, foot and mouth disease.
Using a new genome analysis technology, A*STAR scientists discover never-before-seen immune responses in tuberculosis infections.
Broad-acting antibiotics can disrupt the gut microbiome and create the perfect conditions for potentially life-threatening yeast infections to flourish.
The mosquito-borne virus dodges immune clearance by cloaking itself in disarmed antibodies.
By swopping fermentation for high pressure, plant-based yogurts may soon give dairy yogurts a run for their money.
Zinc pyrithione shampoos tower above other antifungals for keeping dandruff at bay, an A*STAR study finds.
A new machine learning technique can predict the dynamics between microbes and therapeutics with unprecedented accuracy.
Scientists are one step closer to developing effective treatments against Plasmodium vivax parasites, thanks to the ability to culture one of its closest cousins.
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.