Celine Gianesini-Boutreux

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With more than 100 antibacterial drugs at our disposal in the 1980’s, the problem of bacterial infection was considered solved. Today, however, most hospital infections are insensitive to several classes of antibacterial drugs, and deadly strains of Staphylococcus aureus resistant to vancomycin – the last resort antibiotic – have recently begin to appear.(More)
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