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A team from OUCRU led by Le Van Tan, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Vietnam, and Benedikt Kessler at the Target Discovery Institute at the University of Oxford showed that lipocalin 2 is a sensitive and specific biomarker for discriminating bacterial meningitis from a broad spectrum of other brain infections, and outperforms routine CSF markers such as leukocytes, glucose, protein and lactate.