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Biofilms - an invisible threat to food safety

Hotspots for biofilms

08-Jul-2020

Biofilms are potential sources of contamination in the food industry. A recent study by the FFoQSI Competence Center at the Vetmeduni Vienna investigated where they hide and what bacteria can be found in them. Biofilms can cause additional costs in production and are a source of danger to ...

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Why a little is too much in intra-bone marrow transplantation in mice

Quality, not quantity

29-Nov-2019

A recently published recommendation by Vetmeduni Vienna for the transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells illustrates the sort of work researchers do in order to gain new insights. The present case involves the injection volumes for intra-bone marrow transplantation in mice. Instead of the ...

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Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: A new drug class in cancer therapy

05-Nov-2019

Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) is a rare form of cancer that commonly affects children, mostly under the age of five years. In the search for new therapeutic options, researchers at Vetmeduni Vienna have now discovered a new mechanism of the disease process and have developed a novel drug ...

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Allergy sufferers are more susceptible to stress and tend to suppress emotions

04-Nov-2019

Do allergic and non-allergic individuals differ in their response to acute stress and in how they handle emotions? A research team led by Lisa Maria Glenk from the interuniversity Messerli Research Institute (a joint institution of Vetmeduni Vienna, MedUni Vienna and the University of Vienna) ...

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Novel mechanism for persistence in staphylococcal chronic infections

25-Oct-2019

An international research team from the Vetmeduni Vienna discovered a new mechanism for persistence of the bacterial pathogen Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus). This finding is of great relevance as S. aureus is not only the best known, but also one of the most dangerous multidrug-resistant ...

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Multidrug-resistant bacteria: urban brown rats as possible source

09-Sep-2019

Rats and the plague – that was a constant and deadly threat hanging over Europe for centuries. But the danger posed by rats to humans is not banished, albeit in a different form: a recent study shows that many rats living in Vienna are carriers of dangerous multidrug-resistant bacteria. The work ...

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Team of researchers in Vienna has decoded the structure of the ribonucleoprotein (RNP) of rabies virus

02-Aug-2019

A research team of the Institute of Virology of the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna has achieved a major breakthrough in exploring the rabies virus: for the first time, researchers were able to exactly depict the structure of the RNP of this virus that is highly dangerous to terrestrial ...

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An abundance of beneficial mutations

04-Mar-2019

Despite its key importance, the genetic architecture of adaptive processes remains largely unresolved. Now a team of researchers from Vetmeduni Vienna, experimenting with fruit flies, has succeeded in solving at least a part of this puzzle. They were able to show that many genes can contribute to ...

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New treatment approach for leukemia

25-Jan-2019

An international research team led by researchers from Vetmeduni Vienna have made an important discovery that could lead to a better understanding of lymphocytic leukemia. They identified the STAT5B protein as crucial for the development of the disease. The findings represent a possible ...

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Important aging mechanism revealed

African killifish as model organism

27-Jul-2018

Nothobranchius furzeri, the African killifish, is the perfect model organism for research into aging processes because of its short lifespan, apparent signs of aging and a sequenced genome. Thus, researchers from the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna ...

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