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August 7, 2020

Research News Roundup — July 2020

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann (@elizabethzimmermann)

It sometimes seems that summer has flown by without any significant achievements, and only incremental evidence building in the topic of the moment. COVID-19 has had a major dampening effect on social interaction, one doesn’t need to be a researcher to figure that out. However, biomedical and health care delivery research have not paused for […]

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Tags: antibodies, bacteriophages, basic science, blood clots, CAR-T, COVID-19, discovery research, immunity, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, phage, prosthesis, Research News Roundup


August 4, 2020

Phage therapy shows potential for treating prosthetic joint infections

By Susan Murphy Susan Murphy (@susanmurphy)

Bacteriophages, or phages, may play a significant role in treating complex bacterial infections in prosthetic joints, according to new Mayo Clinic research. The findings suggest phage therapy could provide a potential treatment for managing such infections, including those involving antibiotic-resistant microbes. The research is published in the July 23 issue of Clinical Infectious Diseases (CID). “The treatment for […]

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Tags: antibacterial resistance, bacteriophages, Center for Clinical and Translational Science, Center for Individualized Medicine, collaboration, Gina Suh, infectious disease, phage, prosthesis, research, Robin Patel


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