Researchers use gold nanoclusters to attack bacteria


Scientists say they've engineered gold nanoclusters to make them kill bacteria in the body and improve the effectiveness of antibiotics. "The research has a significance on the way we should be thinking about responding to antimicrobial resistance," says Dejian Zhou, a chemical engineer from the UK's University of Leeds.

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