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Team lands NIH funds to examine tuberculosis and metabolism

Researchers examine factors that make people susceptible to TB and to discover new treatment strategies….

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Immunology professor lands national honor for TB research

Dr. Ian Orme has been named a Fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science….

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Students compete with research in health, medicine

…ndidate, pathology Project: Reversal of phenotypic and intrinsic antimicrobial drug resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis with 2-aminoimadazole based small molecule adjuvants Advisor: Dr. Randall Basaraba, professor of mycobacterial pathology The infectious disease tuberculosis is a leading cause of death around the world. Joen aims to use small molecule compound adjuvants to overcome the antibiotic resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Th…

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Researcher: Fight malaria with deadly mosquito meals

…on Over the past decade, CSU has received 37 grants totaling about $14.5 million from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for a variety of research projects, including studies targeting tuberculosis, another globally devastating infectious disease. Earlier this year, the Gates Foundation funded a CSU effort to develop a diagnostic breath test for TB. Jeff Dodge contributed to this report….

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Leprosy maintains stubborn hold through unexpected buddy system

A group of CSU researchers has provided a new explanation of how leprosy could be transmitted….

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Prion studies shed light on neurological illness

…h, Mathiason said. “I feel fortunate. A lot of people don’t get that experience, and I think it’s been very helpful,” she said. “You can be a late bloomer in life – don’t give up.” Read more: Toxicologist probes role of dry beans and rice bran in preventing heart disease and cancer Students compete with research into tuberculosis, heart disease, cancer, infertility, and more…

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