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Biochemistry

Now available on campus: Microscopy tech that can create images of large and small molecules for scientists and engineers

A&M plans open house and symposium for new cryo-EM facility on Dec. 3
Biochemistry

When deadly bacteria resist drugs, doctors turn to phage therapy

New study examines how treatment saved life of UC San Diego professor
Biochemistry

AAAS selects seven Texas A&M faculty members as 2021 fellows

The American Association for the Advancement of Science will honor 564 new fellows during its annual meeting in February 2022
Biochemistry

Disarming bacteria? Phages may offer gentler remedies for infections

Unlike traditional phage therapy, this new approach will avoid releasing toxins in the body, A&M researchers say
Biochemistry

‘Notoriously difficult’: Researchers study function of amino-acid radicals

Results could have implications from cancer drugs to solar energy
Biochemistry

Enzyme inhibitor K777 is effective against coronavirus, new study finds

Collaborators include researchers at Texas A&M, UTMB and UC San Diego
Animal Models

A&M-UTMB team identifies potential drug to treat SARS-CoV-2

In a newly published study, researchers call for clinical trials on an FDA-approved heart medication
Biochemistry

New class of antibiotics? Study says ‘hidden’ genes could provide the key

Membrane-localized phage proteins may also help revitalize and enhance existing antibiotics
Biochemistry

Can science stop bacteria that resist antibiotics? New study offers hope

Researchers published discovery in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences