NewsNanomaterials used as broad-spectrum antimicrobial agents
for first time

23rd June 2020by admin0
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In a significant breakthrough in the battle against
antibiotic resistance, a research team from the Indian Institute of
Science (IISc) has synthesized a nanomaterial that mimics an enzyme
and can disintegrate the cell membranes of a range of
disease-causing bacteria. The study, published in the journal ACS
Applied Bio Materials, is a collaboration between researchers from
the Department of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry (IPC) and the
Department of Microbiology and Cell Biology (MCB).

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