They found an antidote against superbugs in healing soils
Dublin, December 29 (RHC) The properties of healing in bacteria found in Ireland in the soil were effective against antibiotic resistance against four superbugs.
Called Streptomyces sp. Myrophorus, new strain International scientists found Alminine Fermanagh alps in Northern Ireland, known as Boho Highlands.
During the study, Streptomyces inhibited the growth of four major multi-persistent pathogens identified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as healthcare-related infections.
These include Enterococcus faecium and Staphylococcus aureus, vancomycin and Acinetobacter baumanii resistant, carbenepenem, experts said.
Additionally, they have added gram-positive and negative Grams that deviate from cellular wall structures; In general, bacterial Gram negative antibiotics are more resistant.
According to one author, Paul Dyson is an important step forward in the fight against indulnerability against anti-infections drugs.
Our results show folklore and traditional medicine in search of new antibodies, added Swansea University School of Medicine. (Source: PL)
Posted by Lorena Viñas Rodríguez