Antibiotic resistance: ‘Snot wars’ study yields new class of drugs
Antibiotic It was the discovery of a new class of antibiotics
by analyzing bacterial warfare eating place noses of people, say scientists.
Tests published in the journal Nature found the resulting drug,Antibiotic
lugdunin, can cure bacterial infections.
The researchers said in the University of Tubingen in Germany,
The recent discovery of a new class of drugs to reach patients in the 1980s.
but it turns to the research team from the University of Tubingen to the human body.
Our bodies may not look like a battlefield,
but on a microscopic level the struggle
for space and food taking place between competing types of bacteria.
One of the weapons that have long been suspected of using antibiotics.
Among the mistakes that want
to invade the nose is Staphylococcus aureus, including MRSA bacteria strain dreaded.