Wednesday, June 15, 2011 - 08:30 in Biology & Nature
A sugar-binding protein called galectin-9 traps an enzyme that influences how T-cells behave onto their surface, making them more susceptible to HIV infection.
- Bacteria-killing proteins cover blood type blind spotSun, 14 Feb 2010, 13:27:08 EST
- Sugar on bacteria surface serves as base for a web of resistanceTue, 21 Apr 2009, 12:50:19 EDT
- Glowing zebrafish help researchers track role of sugars in the cellMon, 5 May 2008, 9:28:29 EDT
- New step forward in search for solution to infection puzzleWed, 6 Aug 2008, 10:15:40 EDT
- Pitt scientists find intrinsic changes in protein shape influence drug bindingWed, 19 Aug 2009, 13:18:40 EDT