Staying one step ahead of drug-resistant bacteria
A new way has been developed to tackle antibiotic drug resistance. By delivering two antibiotics, where one acts a decoy, a team from Imperial College London (UK) believe they could slow the rate at which bacteria become resistant to them.
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