Texas A&M researchers are developing an antibiotic alternative

11/3/2011 | AgriLife.org

Phages are the natural enemy of bacteria, and Texas A&M researchers are developing them in an effort to address antibiotic resistant infections in people and animals. Phages are viruses that attack only bacterial cells and are relatively easy and inexpensive to develop. They may debut in veterinary medicine within the next decade.

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