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Electrochemistry flushes out antibiotic-resistant proteins

EPFL scientists, working in association with Valais Hospital in Sion and Fudan University in Shanghai, have developed a method for analyzing bacteria that – for the first time ever – lets doctors quickly see exactly which proteins are associated with antibiotic resistance.
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