• Coronavirus and other airborne agents with pandemic potential 

      Fernandez-Montero, José V.; Soriano, Vicente (1); Barreiro, Pablo; de Mendoza, Carmen; Artacho, Miguel Ángel (Current opinion in environmental science and health, 2020)
      The recent emergence of a novel coronavirus (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2) has caused a pandemic, which is the most severe infectious disease outbreak in many decades. Other infective agents such as ...
    • Developing Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approaches to Bacterial Infections for a New Era: Implications of Globalization 

      Fernández, Lucía; Cima-Cabal, María Dolores (1); Catarina Duarte, Ana; Rodríguez, Ana; García, Pilar; García-Suárez, María del Mar (1) (Antibiotics-Basel, 12/2020)
      In just a few months, the current coronavirus pandemic has exposed the need for a more global approach to human health. Indeed, the quick spread of infectious diseases and their unpredictable consequences, in terms of human ...
    • Glycine can prevent and fight virus invasiveness by reinforcing the extracellular matrix 

      Meléndez-Hevia, Enrique; Paz-Lugo, Patricia de (1); Sánchez, Guillermo (Journal of Functional Foods, 01/2021)
      The extracellular matrix, mainly composed of collagen, is a mechanical barrier against infective agents, including viruses. High glycine availability is needed for a healthy collagen turnover. Glycine produced by human ...