Superbug killer: New nanotech destroys bacteria and fungal cells

  14 April 2021

Researchers have developed a new superbug-destroying coating that could be used on wound dressings and implants to prevent and treat potentially deadly bacterial and fungal infections.

The material is one of the thinnest antimicrobial coatings developed to date and is effective against a broad range of drug-resistant bacteria and fungal cells, while leaving human cells unharmed.

Further reading: RMIT University
Author(s): RMIT University
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