Alone, this target might not be strong enough to directly block infection, but might be used to jump-start or boost an immune response.
Researchers at UT Austin are involved in some of the most exciting areas of science and driving groundbreaking discoveries and technologies that impact our world.
Nancy Moran receives the Selman A. Waksman Award in Microbiology from the National Academy of Sciences.
It might enable inexpensive, highly sensitive at-home diagnostic tests for COVID-19, influenza, Ebola and more.
Undergraduate students at UT Austin are recognized for their work which could save bats from a condition that is often deadly and dangerous.
A new University of Texas at Austin initiative will focus primarily on biologic research and development.
What if there were a way to make proteins, enzymes and reagents right in the lab, in small amounts, on demand?
Inside the "biological foundry" at the Army Research Lab's ARL-South partnership on the campus of UT Austin
Department of Molecular Biosciences
Scientists are developing vaccines and other treatments for the tick-borne Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF)