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For a few years, DNA-cutting molecular scissors have been tested to kill certain pathogenic bacteria. But there was no reliable and efficient way to reach a large population of target cells. It is now well underway. How can we specifically target pathogenic bacteria without creating res...
Some antibiotics used in intensive care could generate a gut dysbiosis that promotes the growth of carbapenem-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa, the most common cause of antibiotic resistance. ICU patients are particularly exposed to the risk of gut dysbiosis, which may promote infection...