Atomic-level motion may drive bacteria's ability to evade immune system defenses

A study from Indiana University published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has found evidence that extremely small changes in how atoms move in bacterial proteins can play a big role in how these microorganisms function and evolve.

Atomic-level motion may drive bacteria's ability to evade immune system defenses

A study from Indiana University has found evidence that extremely small changes in how atoms move in bacterial proteins can play a big role in how these microorganisms function and evolve.

Fri 21 Apr 17 from Phys.org

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Atomic-Level Motion May Drive Bacteria's Ability to Evade Immune System Defenses, Finds Study

A study from Indiana University published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has found evidence that extremely small changes in how atoms move in bacterial proteins can ...

Fri 21 Apr 17 from Newswise

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