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FASTER, PLEASE: Killing Resistant Bacteria With Polymers Instead Of Antibiotics. Before we get t…

FASTER, PLEASE: Killing Resistant Bacteria With Polymers Instead Of Antibiotics. Before we get too carried away, it’s still very early days. So far, Lam has only tested her star-shaped polymers on six strains of drug-resistant bacteria in the lab, and on one superbug in live mice. But in all experiments, they’ve been able to kill […]
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