Decoy antibiotics could get around bacteria’s defences

  20 May 2019

Researchers at Imperial College London have designed a new way to deliver antibiotics that only targets and kills bacteria that have evolved a mechanism of resistance to frontline antibiotics. Any remaining infection caused by non-resistant bacteria can be cleared using normal penicillin.

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