Potential new target to thwart antibiotic resistance: Viruses in gut confer antibiotic resistance to bacteria
ScienceDaily, Monday 10 June 2013

Bacteria in the gut that are under attack by antibiotics have allies no one had anticipated, a team of Wyss Institute scientists has found. Gut viruses that usually commandeer the bacteria, it turns out, enable them to survive the antibiotic onslaught, most likely by handing them genes that help them withstand the drug.

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