A computer-generated graphic showing a cross-section of red-colored bacteria, with the locations of the protein APOL3 labeled in green.
Human Protein Dissolves Bacterial Membranes
The protein, apolipoprotein L3, destroys invading microbes by acting as a detergent in the cytosol.
Human Protein Dissolves Bacterial Membranes
Human Protein Dissolves Bacterial Membranes

The protein, apolipoprotein L3, destroys invading microbes by acting as a detergent in the cytosol.

The protein, apolipoprotein L3, destroys invading microbes by acting as a detergent in the cytosol.

immunology, bacteria
Many Deep-Sea Microbes Invisible to Mammalian Immune System
Abby Olena | Mar 12, 2021
In a new study, human and mouse cells recognized only one in five bacterial species collected from more than a mile below the Pacific Ocean’s surface.