MADRID, DECEMBER 27 (EUROPA PRESS) –
Irish land has an effective anti-superb antibody-resistant 4-stroke antibody that is illustrated by a group of Swansea University Medical School, composed of researchers from Wales, Brazil, Iraq and Northern Ireland, and its work has been published. Magazine "Microbiology Fronts".
The land analyzed was created in a field in Fermanagh (Northern Ireland), known as the Boho Highlands. It is an area of alkaline soil, so the soil was traditionally thought to be healing properties.
The main findings of the study were: Streptomyces sp. Myrophorea ™ inhibits the growth of the six components of the major pathogenic identification pathologists of the World Health Organization (WHO). He is responsible for infections related to medical devices: vancomycin-resistant, enterococcus faecium (VRE), staphylococcus aureus-resistant vancomycin (MRSA), klebsiella pneumonia and carbenepenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumanii.
Additionally, experts believe that this tension inhibits bacterial Grams and Gram negative inhibitors, since it is one of the greatest anti-antibiotic resistance. "This new bacterial strain is effective against the 6 major pathogens resistant to antibiotics, including MRSA, to make our findings advance in the fight against antibiotic resistance", they said.