Now I see you! Nanoantibiotics take care of bacteria that hides in our cells
Nanotechnology Antibiotic Resistance AMR

Now I see you! Nanoantibiotics take care of bacteria that hides in our cells

Santhni Subramaniam
Santhni Subramaniam

Despite growing antibiotic resistance, there's a way to make the drugs work better: researchers used nanotechnology to get close to bacteria that cause recurrent infections in our bodies.

In 10 seconds? Scientists have loaded antibiotics into tiny carriers to substantially increase the drugs' effectiveness against bacteria. The new method will enable us to treat recurring illness caused by bacteria that hide in our cells.

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