Germs or Gems? Understanding Cancer Through Bacterial Models
The fields of Biology and Biomedical Sciences have benefited greatly from the study of microorganisms. Bacterial models have been invaluable for advancing the control of infectious diseases, describing the human biota, and providing a basic understanding of minimalistic life. This talk includes a historical and current review of the lesser known role of bacterial models leading to critical knowledge of cancer mechanisms.
Lusetti, Shelley, "Germs or Gems? Understanding Cancer Through Bacterial Models" (2018). Public Lecture Series. 128.