Design of a synchronously lysing bacterium for delivery of anti-tumor molecules in mice, and hopanoids, the lipids that live forever, brought to you by the four Microbies of TWiM.
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Links for this episode
- Bacterial lysis for in vivo delivery (Nature)
- Coley’s toxins (Iowa Orthop J)
- Hopanoids, stress tolerance, and nutrient storage (Geobiol)
- Lipids that last forever (STC)
- Fattening up microbial geological biomarkers (STC)
- Money spreads infection (Fut Micro)
- TWiM 134 Letters
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