Mechanisms behind antibiotic resistance captured on video for the first time

  28 September 2019

Published in Nature Communications, the research team from the Errington Lab at Newcastle University studied urine samples from elderly patients who were experiencing recurring urinary tract infections. They were able to see that bacteria could lose their cell wall, which is a commonly used target for a wide range of different antibiotics.

Authors: Lois Zoppi
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