Bacterial protein called UmuD may prevent antibiotic resistance

The widespread and indiscriminate use of antibiotics has prompted many bacteria to mutate, an adaptation that often renders the drugs useless. The increasing threat of resistance worries infectious disease experts who fear that the era of public health successes brought by the introduction of antibiotics in the 1940s is seriously eroding, or soon even may be at an end.

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Bacterial protein called UmuD may prevent antibiotic resistance

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