New weapon against highly resistant microbesA agent from fungi and lower animals may well be suitable as an effective weapon against harmful bacteria. We welcome plectasin, a small protein that can destroy even speak highly resistant bacteria. Researchers at the Universities of of Bonn, Utrecht, Aalborg and of Danish company Novozymes AS have light on how the substance does to shed this. Their results are 28 in Science magazine May be published. The authors see plectasin as a promising lead for new antibiotics.
More and more bacteria are becoming resistant to normal antibiotics. This applies in particular for the methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus . Most of of the pharmaceutical weapons are now useless against these MRSA strains. It is estimated that as many as every other patients treated in the U.S. Of the intensive care comes with a MRSA infection.Researchers said future trials which relationship between force and the ability of carry to carry heavy backpacks, and how can the position a pouch to determine how risk is stance to investigate.