Osel was featured in a recent article in Nature Medicine, “Living therapeutics: Scientist genetically modify bacteria to deliver drugs,” by Amy Maxmen. The article profiles our Director of Research Laurel Lagenaur and her work at Osel to investigate ways to manipulate bacteria to express HIV-inhibiting proteins, and other work to develop LACTIN-V, our live biotherapeutic drug candidate for bacterial vaginosis. Recent research has suggested that women with chronic bacterial vaginosis are more susceptible to HIV.  You can read the article online at Nature Medicine or download it here.