Phage-inspired antibiotics?

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Rather than using bacteriophage themselves as treatments, a new approach recruits them in the search for antibiotics with new antibacterial mechanisms.

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Figure 1: From phage genomics to antimicrobial drug discovery.

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Projan, S. Phage-inspired antibiotics?. Nat Biotechnol 22, 167–168 (2004) doi:10.1038/nbt0204-167

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