There's a never-ending war going on all around us, down at the microscopic level. Bacteria and viruses are locked in battle against each other – and us, as we try to clear them out with antibiotics. But we might be losing the war, as the bugs rapidly develop resistance to our best drugs. Now researchers from Washington University in St. Louis have found a way to potentially prevent bacteria from spreading antibiotic resistance to each other...
Continue Reading "Out-of-the-box" new method stops bacteria spreading antibiotic resistance – without killing them

Category: Biology

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Antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Bacteria

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Superbugs

Washington University in St. Louis



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