How to make the most of the cell membrane in your body
A new cell membrane that can trap and protect bacteria in a dish is coming to market soon, and the best part is it’s so simple.
It’s made from the same cells that are found inside the human body, so it doesn’t require the same chemicals to make it work.
The researchers used a synthetic membrane that mimics the structure of the human cell membrane, but with a cell-specific coating that helps the bacteria adhere to it.
They hope the new membrane will be able to act as a natural barrier to bacteria that can’t adhere to a human membrane.
They’ve been working on their new membrane for about a year, and they’re ready to go to market, according to the researchers, Dr. Mark P. S. Kiely and Dr. William J. Leverette.
“Our cells are made of hundreds of thousands of tiny microorganisms.
When they interact with one another, the microorganisms break them apart and get trapped inside the cell,” said Leverett.
“But how do we break these cells apart?
And the answer is through our body.
So, what we were trying to do was figure out how we could get that to work in a way that was both safe and efficient.”
The researchers found that a combination of bacteria that lives in the gut and bacteria that normally live in the intestine, called commensal microbiota, can combine to form a unique membrane that allows bacteria to attach to the cell surface.
“This membrane is incredibly complex and we have only been able to make a limited number of it in the lab, so we have to make sure that we’re doing things correctly,” said S. David Bensimon, who co-founded BioVironment.
The company has been making and selling cell membranes since 2008.
Bensimon said the membrane was originally created by scientists from the University of Maryland Medical Center, but that was after it was discovered that bacteria living in the human gut could form complex, complex molecules.
The researchers used several methods to create their membrane.
One method is to put the cells in a chamber, and then inject a solution of peptide antibiotics into the cells.
The antibiotics bind to a protein on the cell, and if they stick, they create a barrier that protects the cell from bacteria that might otherwise attach to it, Bensignimon said.
Another method was to attach the bacteria directly to the membrane, by using a synthetic enzyme that can attach to a bacterium and break down the cell’s cell walls, and to insert the bacteria into the cell.
Bengel said the new cell-like membrane, which can be made by injecting the bacteria, can protect cells from bacteria found in other parts of the body.
The membrane was developed by scientists at the University at Albany, New York, and led by Dr. Robert K. Gelles.
The new membrane is being marketed by BioVirionment under the name BioCell.
BioCell is being developed in partnership with the National Institutes of Health.
BioVirtionment has received a $10 million government contract.
Bensen said the company is also in the process of designing a new antibiotic that works better in the stomach.
The research was funded by the National Science Foundation.
The scientists also received a grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.