Camelid antibodies could be key to battling deadly infection

Scientists are using camel and llama antibodies to fight C. difficile, a bacteria that causes gastrointestinal disease and can be deadly in people with compromised immune systems. Two strategies are under investigation and researchers are optimistic that their findings may be applied to human medicine.

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