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The regulation landscape of MAPK signaling cascade for thwarting Bacillus thuringiensis infection in an insect host

September 8, 2021

The regulation landscape of MAPK signaling cascade for thwarting Bacillus thuringiensis infection in an insect host

A new research article from Zhaojiang Guo, Shi Kang and colleagues

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Read the latest COVID-19 research in PLOS journals

This is a time of great challenges and great opportunities for scientists and clinicians working on COVID-19.                                                    PLOS Pathogens welcomes submissions on the full range of COVID-19 research. Our dedicated team of editors                                                help us to fast-track these submissions and publish the latest discoveries in SARS-CoV-2 research. 

COVID-19 Collection

09/02/2021

Opinion

What is the risk of a deadly adenovirus pandemic?

In this Opinion, Kremer discusses the characteristics that make adenoviruses a risk, including efficient intra- and interspecies transmission, thermostable particles, persistent/latent infections in diverse hosts, and the ability to readily recombine and escape herd immunity.

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What is the risk of a deadly adenovirus pandemic?

09/09/2021

Research Article

Discovery of re-purposed drugs that slow SARS-CoV-2 replication in human cells

Adam Pickard and colleagues evaluate a range of human cell types for their ability to be infected and support replication of the SARS-CoV-2, and perform a screen of 1971 FDA-approved drugs to identify candidates for drug repurposing for treatment of COVID-19.

Discovery of re-purposed drugs that slow SARS-CoV-2 replication in human cells

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