Does a Mixture of One Million Peptides Hold the Key to the Antibiotics of the Future?

New approach to diminish antibiotic resistance developed by research team from Freie Universität Berlin, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and ETH Zurich

Antibiotics are a cornerstone of modern medicine. They are regularly used to treat bacterial infections or as a prophylactic measure during surgery to prevent infection. However, due to the widespread use of antibiotics, many bacteria have grown resistant to them, a development that has dramatic consequences. It is estimated that antibiotic resistant pathogens are responsible for approximately 5 million deaths annually. ...
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