Anti-Microbial Compounds-University College Dublin, University of Lisbon, Instituto Superior Tecnico- October 2018 front page preview

Anti-Microbial Compounds-University College Dublin, University of Lisbon, Instituto Superior Tecnico- October 2018

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in bacteria poses a serious and growing threat to human and animal health. One strain of multidrug resistant bacteria which is particularly prevalent in hospital acquired inf...

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Small Secreted Polypeptides for Treating Fungal Disease in Plants- University College Dublin-October 2018 front page preview

Small Secreted Polypeptides for Treating Fungal Disease in Plants- University College Dublin-October 2018

Current crop disease control is heavily reliant on the application of synthetic fungicides and bacteriocides. However pathogen resistance to chemical control has in some cases become widespread and thus the need for bioc...

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Novel Genes Which Enhance Plant Resistance and Immunity to Economically Devastating Diseases- University College Dublin and Teagasc Agriculture and Food Development Authority- October 2018 front page preview

Novel Genes Which Enhance Plant Resistance and Immunity to Economically Devastating Diseases- University College Dublin and Teagasc Agriculture and Food Development Authority- October 2018

Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) is a devastating fungal disease in plants, in particular in cereals such as wheat, barley and oats. FHB has major implications for wheat and barley supply chains in countries such as the United...

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Magnetically Triggered Adhesives front page preview

Magnetically Triggered Adhesives

The modification of adhesive formulas preventing polymerisation of an adhesive until it is triggered by an external magnetic field. This new process reduces bonding constraints during bonding and eliminates the use of h...

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Novel Vaccine components for Whooping Cough front page preview

Novel Vaccine components for Whooping Cough

The discovery of receptors naturally derived from whooping cough may have the potential to develop a more effective vaccination than currently available for whooping cough and other conditions such as cancer and allergic...

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