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A major source of antibiotics may also contribute to antibiotic resistance, new research suggests

12:14 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | Science Blog

Could pathogens obtain antibiotic resistance genes from the very same organisms that we use to produce our antibiotics? A new study suggests that this could indeed be the case, as resistance genes bearing striking similarity ... Read more

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