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Lysins plus antibiotics: A cure for human bacterial infections?

Tuesday, June 05, 2018 - 02:47

Scientists in New York have found that a protein called lysin extracted from bacteriophage could lead to life-saving medicine to combat antibiotic-resistant infections. The drugs have reached the first human trials, after decades of research. Roselle Chen reports.

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Scientists in New York have found that a protein called lysin extracted from bacteriophage could lead to life-saving medicine to combat antibiotic-resistant infections. The drugs have reached the first human trials, after decades of research. Roselle Chen reports.

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Lysins plus antibiotics: A cure for human bacterial infections?

Tuesday, June 05, 2018 - 02:47