Tag Archives: Bacteria

Cancer Medication: Knocked Out By Bacteria

Researching the microbiome is in vogue: medical researchers have now found out that some medications are made ineffective due to the influence of bacteria. This can, especially when dealing with cancer therapies, have serious consequences. more...

Article by Nicole Simon

Combination Antibiotics: Viva la resistance!

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are developing into a problem. The fact that combination therapies promote the emergence of resistant bacteria has now been shown by researchers. They call for a rethink when considering the use of antibiotics. A stress protein could be more...

Article by Sonja Schmitzer

Halitosis: Close your mouth, it pongs

Halitosis drives patients to social isolation. This does not need to be so: Contrary to popular preconceptions, most of the time simple actions lead to success. Only rarely does foul breath conceal a more serious disease. more...

Rattling in the Lung Chip

If you want to know how drugs or toxics affect the lungs, you have to kill animals. Or built organ-on-chips supplying answers. A bit of synthetics, a good load of vacuum, add E. coli and you have a wonderful pneumonia in the tin. more...

Article by Philipp Graetzel

Resistances: About Cannibals and Killers

MRSA infections in hospitals for example prove: Bacteria can become super killers due to antibiotics resistances. Researchers from Tel Aviv discovered that bacteria might be beat with their own weapons. more...

Article by Julia Hofmann
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