Automated process helps test city sewage for SARS-CoV-2, allowing researchers to forecast the region’s caseload one to two weeks ahead of clinical diagnostic reports
Experts are figuring out how to exploit the 380 trillion viruses that make up the human virome
Atopic dermatitis can be persistent, and those affected may need to try various treatments over months or years to control it. Even if treatment is successful, signs and symptoms may return. Now, researchers from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), School of Medicine, report they have identified a universal strain of bacteria derived from…
Advances in sequencing technology mean that scientists are on the verge of finally finishing an end-to-end human genome map.
Trials launched in the U.K. are exploring the safety and impact of mixing coronavirus vaccines from separate manufacturers
Would your skin actually be better off? What would you honestly smell like?
Jennifer Elwell, a nurse at UC San Diego, has been breastfeeding since her eight-month-old son was born. She also recently completed both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A new study by UC San Diego biologists has revealed insights on the intricate, adaptive mechanisms of a protective system employed by the cells of mammalian immune systems. These defenses have evolved to set a type of tripwire that produces an immune response against attack from viruses.
How gut microbes can influence mental health and what you can do about it.
Student behavior and a range of risk mitigation strategies are credited for UC San Diego’s success.