respiratory

A solution to antibiotic resistance may have been under our noses all along

Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928 and revolutionised the treatment of bacterial infections. Ever since then we have been searching for new antibiotics to address the myriad of infections humans encounter and the growing risk of resistance to them. Researchers have now found a bacterium in the human nose that produces an antibacterial product called ...

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