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The discovery suggests that the human microbiome may be a rich source for future drugs
Humans, and the microbes that live inside us, could be the source of the next generation of antibiotics. German researchers just discovered an antibiotic produced by bacteria that inhabit our noses. This new antibiotic can kill MRSA, the poster child for drug resistance and the culprit behind the most pernicious hospital-acquired staph infections.