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Scientists Discover New Mechanisms That Bacteria Use to Protect Themselves From Antibiotics

09:31 EST 13 Nov 2017 | Virgo Publishing

Antibiotic resistance happens when bacteria evolve mechanisms to withstand the drugs which are used to treat infections. The team of experts at the University of Birmingham's Institute of Microbiology and Infection focused their research on E. coli, which can cause urinary and bloodstream infections. Using novel experimental approaches, involving

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