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Researchers are enlisting computers in the fight against drug-resistant bacteria and already have a promising new candidate in the pipeline.
A strain of salmonella immune to antibiotics of last resort has been found in the United States. This should be a wakeup call for both Big Pharma scientists and government regulators.
As the world braces for an onslaught of drug-resistant bacteria, we may be closing in on a new weapon against the worst, most persistent strains by domesticating their natural enemies.
One good way to fight bacteria that have a resistance to antibiotics may be to remove their resistance to antibiotics...