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A modified spider peptide shows greater antibacterial activity

16:11 EDT 15 Aug 2017 | Science Blog

Scientists have found a way to boost the antibacterial activity of an antimicrobial peptide originating from a spider, according to a recent publication in the journal ACS Chemical Biology. With increasing rates of antimicrobial resistance ... Read more

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