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Tag Archives: Antibiotics
Are antibiotic residues is sewage a risk to human health and the environment? Continue reading
A new peptide antibiotic suggests a new strategy in the fight against bacterial infections. Continue reading
We need to be critical and questioning about where we acquire information and how we react to it. Continue reading
Last week I was struck by this article in The Verge, Dead meat: how to raise livestock in a post-antibiotic era. I was particularly interested in this because only a week earlier I had been teaching our first year students … Continue reading
MicrobiologyBytes Weekly – timebombs, smarter antibiotic use and bacteriophages you've never even heard of
Welcome to the first edition of the new format MicrobiologyBytes. Continue reading
University of Leicester researchers use phages to fight Clostridium difficile. Continue reading
A new paper in mBio describes quorum-sensing system that kills other species. Continue reading
Microbiology Today: Getting the message out
The Society for General Microbiology (SGM) leads the way on antimicrobial resistance.