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    • Proteolytically activated anti-bacterial hydrogel microspheres 

      Buhrman, Jason S.; Cook, Laura C.; Rayahin, Jamie E.; Federle, Michael J.; Gemeinhart, Richard A. (Elsevier, 2013-11)
      Hydrogels are finding increased clinical utility as advances continue to exploit their favorable material properties. Hydrogels can be adapted for many applications, including surface coatings and drug delivery. Anti-infectious ...
    • Redundant Group A Streptococcus Signaling Peptides Exhibit Unique Activation Potentials 

      LaSarre, Breah; Chang, Jennifer C.; Federle, Michael J. (American Society for Microbiology, 2013-09)
      All bacterial quorum sensing (QS) systems are based on the production, secretion, and detection of small signaling molecules. Gram-positive bacteria typically use small peptides as QS effectors, and each QS circuit generally ...