Scientists Discover Antibiotic-Eating Bacteria

Researchers have found several hundred species of bacteria that have antibiotic-eating ability, some of which are related to bacteria capable of causing disease in humans and animals. George M. Church, who studies the soil-living bacteria, discusses the findings, recently published in the journal Science.

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