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Lenses of a fluorescent microscope illuminate a sample on a microscope slide.
A Colorful Approach to Tracking Cellular Cargo
Through immunofluorescence microscopy, a rainbow of stains shows Amy Engevik where proteins go in health and disease states.
A Colorful Approach to Tracking Cellular Cargo
A Colorful Approach to Tracking Cellular Cargo

Through immunofluorescence microscopy, a rainbow of stains shows Amy Engevik where proteins go in health and disease states.

Through immunofluorescence microscopy, a rainbow of stains shows Amy Engevik where proteins go in health and disease states.

diarrheal disease

a person in a black shirt crouches on a dirt bank and cups water drawn from a river.
Cholera Outbreak Strikes 29 Countries, Highlights Vaccine Shortage
Katherine Irving | Oct 31, 2022 | 3 min read
The international group coordinating emergency vaccines recommends administering one dose instead of two to combat the “dire shortage” of cholera vaccines worldwide.
Trial in Africa Probes Antibiotic’s Effects on Child Mortality
Abby Olena, PhD | Aug 14, 2019 | 3 min read
In Niger, fewer kids die when health workers administer azithromycin routinely, perhaps because of a shift in the composition of gut microbes.
Rainy Season Likely to Exacerbate Yemen’s Cholera Outbreak
Shawna Williams | Aug 18, 2017 | 1 min read
Pregnant and lactating women are particularly vulnerable to the disease.
GM Rice Could Fight Diarrhea
Kate Yandell | Aug 13, 2013 | 1 min read
A genetically modified strain of rice produces an antibody that helps mice fight off rotaviruses.
Cholera Shaped Human Genes
Kate Yandell | Jul 8, 2013 | 2 min read
People from Bangladesh show signs of evolution in response to cholera.
Appendix Not Totally Useless
Kate Yandell | Feb 15, 2013 | 1 min read
The small organ evolved too many times for it to be an accident, but it’s still unclear what it does.
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