The best offense against bacteria is a good defense

7 enero 2015

A small protein active in the human immune response can disable bacterial toxins by exploiting a property that makes the toxins effective — but also turns out to be a weakness. The small proteins are called defensins. Scientists have known defensins can neutralize bacterial toxins for about a decade, but until now didn’t know how.
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