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Antimicrobial Peptides

Carol Clayberger and Alan Krensky have designed a family of patented, broad-spectrum antimicrobial peptides derived from granulysin. Granulysin is a protein expressed by human cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) and natural killer cells. It has potent lytic ac...
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Hybrid Suture Anchor-Tendon Graft to Repair Bone-Tendon Interfaces

Scientists in Dr. Peter Yang’s lab have developed a continuous suture anchor-tendon graft that eliminates several known modes of repair failure to allow for successful repair of large to massive tears, such as rotator cuff injuries. The native bone-t...
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