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  • 2018 Brain Bee at IUPUI

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  • IUPUI microbiologists uncover clues to clustering of lethal bacteria in CF patients' lungs

    IUPUI microbiologists uncover clues to clustering of lethal bacteria in CF patients' lungs

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Individuals with cystic fibrosis, or CF, have a high risk of chronic pneumonia because the thick, sticky mucus that builds up in their lungs provides an environment conducive to the growth of pneumonia-causing bacteria. Once chronic pneumonia develops, it is nearly impossible to cure and can become deadly. The most common bacterium responsible for chronic pneumonia in CF patients is Pseudomonas aeruginosa, or P. aeruginosa for short

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  • IUPUI cell biologist tackles age-related hearing loss with $1.9 million NIDCD grant

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Cell biologist Benjamin J. Perrin of the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is advancing knowledge of age-related hearing loss with the goal of informing possible therapeutic cell-regeneration approaches to the often-debilitating problem. Perrin's work is supported by a new $1.9 million five-year grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.

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