The next wave of antibacterials may kill with physics

Signal of change / The next wave of antibacterials may kill with physics

By Georgia Rubenstein / 10 Feb 2017

The next wave of antibacterials may kill with physics - interesting re: resistant bugs

Next Wave of Antibacterials May Kill with Physics, Not Chemistry - NOVA Next | PBS

In 2015, a team of scientists from China, Britain, and the U.S. found several populations of bacteria that had survived a death sentence. In samples taken from slaughterhouses and from samples of raw pork and chicken, they found that even one of the strongest antibiotics known, called colistin, couldn't kill this strain of E.



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