Scientists engineer human-germ hybrid molecules to attack drug-resistant bacteria

Monday, April 17, 2017 - 14:11 in Biology & Nature

Taking a cue from viruses that infect and kill bacteria, the researchers engineered molecules capable of targeting the bugs in a way the human immune system cannot—an approach that could be particularly valuable against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. More »

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