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Wasp Venom Repurposed as an Antibiotic Drug

News   Dec 10, 2018 | Original story from MIT

 
Antibiotics Generated from Wasp Venom

MIT engineers have developed new antimicrobial peptides based on a naturally occurring peptide produced by a South American wasp. Image: Wikimedia, Charles J. Sharp

 
 
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