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Scientists claim to find a solution to antibiotic resistance

by Futures Centre, Feb 13
1 minute read

Exploiting a weakness in the wall surrounding disease-causing microbes could open the door to new drugs and revitalise old ones – reports The Independent. 

Groundbreaking new way of fighting antibiotic resistance discovered

Scientists have identified a weakness in disease-causing bacteria that could be used to develop drugs that will overcome antibiotic resistance. The discovery could also give a new lease of life to existing antibiotics that have fallen out of use because they are no longer effective.


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