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Will MRSA take the Bait?

News   Oct 12, 2018 | Original Story from the Purdue University.

 
Will MRSA take the Bait?

Purdue University researchers are testing whether a simple light-emitting diode array that is safe to use on human skin can be used to inactivate methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA, one of six 'high priority' pathogens that the World Health Organization has identified as an imminent threat to public health. Here the light shines above a 96-well plate in a bio-safety hood. Credit: Purdue Research Foundation image/John Underwood.

 
 
 

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