Stick Insect Could Help Produce Better Antibiotics

Stick Insect Could Help Produce Better Antibiotics

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Stick Insect Could Help Produce Better Antibiotics

Researchers from the John Innes Centre, and the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England are studying giant lime green stick insects to see what makes them resistant to certain kinds of infection and toxins.

Researchers from the John Innes Centre, or JIC and the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England are studying giant lime green stick insects to see what makes them resistant to certain kinds of infection and toxins.
Current antibiotic treatments have become less and less effective because bacteria and microbe infections develop immunity to certain antibiotics.

The antibiotic treatments must be updated frequently to combat the microbes that are resistant, so researchers are hoping that the stick insect’s level of resistance might help them com...

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