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Scientists model outer membrane of 12 bacterial species to speed new drugs for 'bad bugs'

Information could be the key to winning the race against antibiotic resistance. If we lose, a UK-funded analysis predicts a frightening future where drug resistant bacterial infections kill more people worldwide than cancer.
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