Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, July 3rd, 2001
The finding provides a new approach for designing drugs to combat many serious bacterial diseases, including E. coli, pneumonia, staph infection, ear infections, Lyme disease, and cholera in humans, as well as bacterial diseases in pets, livestock, and crops, according to Tom Bernhardt, biochemistry doctoral student, and Dr. Ing-Nang Wang, a lead investigator on the project.
New types of antibiotics are increasingly important because...
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