New York, 9 February (IANS) researchers have found two genera that cause some problems of chronic copper-resistant medicine, which is a powerful antibacterial agent and often a & # 39; using a new study.
The discovery shows that Staphyloccocus aureus bacteria, which is very difficult to antibiotics, is also receiving an additional gene that promotes diseases and antibacterial antibodies and can open up new pathways to develop antibacterial drugs.
The study, led by Rutgers University in the USA, showed that the two genera, with copB and copL, in some species of S. aureus bacteria protect copper brushes.
The S. aureus genera may survive in situations, such as in hospitals, which may be sustained to diseases or may be & # 39 ; Stained to a S. aureus level with higher copper strength.
Recently, hospitals have been used against bacteria found on medical devices and other landlords. It was also used for thousands of years to conserve wounds and to drink water.
But the two genera that are now found can connect coats that can help remove copper from S. aureus cells and prevent it.
The findings, published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, showed that some of the S. aureus species have a new genome that has been applied to their genome in DNA pieces called transposons.
Transposons aid in the spread of a gene that causes antibiotic antibiotic bacteria and more likely to cause diseases. The genes found again are encoded within a transposon, the study said.
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