This new lab-grown molecule might be the key against drug resistance.
These dirt-dwelling compounds could save lives.
This 40-year-old drug is even more effective than current options.
This could be an incredible tool in the fight against resistance.
It will take time, but a solution may be on the horizon.
It's like a sniper rifle for killer bacteria.
To fight superbugs, we need super enzymes.
The past may be the only way to safeguard the future.
Understanding this mechanism could help better target antibiotics, and even weaken the virulence of certain bacteria.
As drug-resistant infections become a more serious threat, nanotechnology may present an answer.
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