Protein released by C. burnetti interacts with antioxidising enzyme GPX4 to prevent cell damage and death.
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Researchers have revealed that the protein APOL3 acts as a detergent in human cells, potentially leading to new antibacterial treatments.
Exosomes containing salmonella antigens were administered to the mice, enabling the models to develop antibodies against the bacteria.
Biochemist and physician Professor Ivan Dikic and microbiologist Professor Volker Müller are very honoured that their pioneering research projects have been selected for this substantial financial support.