‘Fortunate Accident’ May Yield Immunity Weapon Against Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

‘Fortunate Accident’ May Yield Immunity Weapon Against Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine have announced an accidentally discovered, potentially game-changing treatment — one that may provide an alternative immune-based solution to the danger of antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections. Their study uncovered an enzyme inhibitor that boosts the immune system to fight MRSA and other dangerous skin infections. Read more from Johns Hopkins Medicine here.

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