Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Tickle the Phage’s Engineered Tail

Researchers at MIT have resolved that bacterial resistance should be overcome by hook or by hook. The hooks, in this case, are tail fibers, structures that bacteriophages use to snag bacteria and set them up for infection and, ultimately, death. (source:

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