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New 10-year strategy from SciLifeLab

SciLifeLab’s new Roadmap for 2020-2030 pinpoints how our research infrastructure can be advanced and leveraged in creating multidisciplinary, technology- and data-driven research efforts that would otherwise not be possible in Sweden.

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Supposedly “lethal” mutation makes bacteria resistant to rifampicin

Facilitated by the former SciLifeLab facility Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics in Uppsala, researchers have discovered how antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis manages to survive even though it carries a mutation that should kill it.

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Coordinating safety – Jona Gudjonsdottir helps scientists stay safe

[FEATURE] To help researchers work safely and avoid making the same mistakes she has made in the lab, Jona Gudjonsdottir uses her lifelong experience from various laboratories in her role as Lab Safety Coordinator at SciLifeLab.

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Intestinal epithelial cells rarely tricked by Salmonella’s evasiveness

A study by researchers from SciLifeLab and ETH Zurich, Switzerland, sheds light on the defense mechanisms restricting Salmonella Typhimurium (S. Tm) from disseminating to systemic organs from the intestinal tract, following oral infection.

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