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Hydrogen Sulfide Reverses Antibiotic Resistance in Some Bacteria

News   Aug 13, 2020 | Original story from the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology

 
Hydrogen Sulfide Reverses Antibiotic Resistance in Some Bacteria

SMART AMR study finds that exposing bacteria to hydrogen sulfide can increase antimicrobial sensitivity in bacteria that do not produce H2S. Credit: Jessie Choo Hui Ling (SMART AMR).

 
 
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