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Taking Back Control Over Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

News   Aug 15, 2019 | Original story from the University of North Carolina Health Care.

 
Taking Back Control Over Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

Pseudomonas aeruginosa-produced rhamnolipids target the plasma membrane of Staphylococcus aureus (labeled here in red) to increase permeability to aminoglycoside antibiotics. Credit: Conlon Lab, UNC School of Medicine.

 
 
 

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