Drugs Aimed at Host Cells Could Block Bacterial Infections
By Sharon Kingman
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
LONDON Blocking human enzymes could provide a new strategy for treating microbial infections, a recent study suggested. Researchers have shown that inhibiting a mammalian protease can prevent Listeria bacteria from growing and spreading to other cells.
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