Scientists Create Hydrogel That Destroys Drug-Resistant Bacteria on Contact
IBM Research and Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBM) in Singapore recently announced that they have developed an antimicrobrial hydrogel that destroys drug-resistant bacteria on contact. When the hydrogel is applied it breaks through the biofilm of a contaminated area while its positive charge attracts negatively charged microbial membranes. The scientists say the hydrogel can rupture a bacteria's membrane without harming healthy cells.
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