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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's powerful computational tools will enable better understanding of infectious diseases in humans including the pathogen, Salmonella Typhimurium, Researchers provide modeling and analysis of the high-throughput data generated in research programs for NIH. The goal is to determine the mechanisms by which such pathogens adapt to and manipulate the cellular environment after infecting their host targets.

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Document Title: Computational Science Leveraged for Infectious Disease Research
Category: Health-Related Research and Technologies
Media Type: Graphics
Date of Image/Photo: September 2009
Background: The Salmonella Typhimurium is depicted with a type III secretion system and gears to show that scientists are trying to identify the best place to "throw a wrench into the works" to elucidate how pathogens function. This elucidation, in turn, could lead to improved antibiotics or therapeutics. Image generated by Dr. Ken Auberry.
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