New method found to create antibiotics from seawater bacteria

01/26/2014 | San Diego Union-Tribune

A technique to find potential antibiotics in seawater bacteria has been developed by University of California at San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The ocean is home to a vast number of microbes, which are difficult to grow in the lab. The researchers say their method is an efficient way to identify promising new drugs, and to demonstrate, they created an antibiotic effective against MRSA.

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