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RAMP resistance

There is an urgent need for new antimicrobial agents because antibiotic resistance has become so prevalent. But a promising class of such agents, known as RAMPs, may suffer from the same problem.

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Buckling, A., Brockhurst, M. RAMP resistance. Nature 438, 170–171 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/438170a

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