GM bacteria could combat antibiotic resistance, study suggests

Re-engineered bacteria able to target drug-resistant infections in mice, research finds

Genetically modified bacteria could be used to treat intractable lung infections, according to research aiming to combat the threat of antibiotic resistance.

The research, in mice, showed that a re-engineered bacteria could be used to target drug-resistant infections and make them susceptible to antibiotics that would otherwise be ineffective.

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