The antibiotic-resistant bacteria: Prof. Schuldiner investigates resistance and how to fight it

Disease causing bacteria are in an "arms race" against medicine: researchers develop antibiotics, and bacteria develop resistance to them.
One of the main resistance mechanisms is mediated by proteins that remove the antibiotic from the cell.
Now it turns out that these carrier proteins work not only separately but as a coordinated network.

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Various types of carriers cooperate to remove toxic substances from the bacterial cell