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Want to know the latest in vaccines for animal diseases?

The development of new and better vaccines holds enormous promise in efforts to tackle a range of animal diseases, from post-weaning diarrhoea to deadly...
Reverse zoonosis: human pathogens are ruining wildlife

Reverse zoonosis: human pathogens are ruining wildlife

Arctic wildlife is threatened by human pathogens, with scientists warning the risk of mass extinction occurring across the polar ecosystem due to reverse zoonosis. Zoonosis...
How to improve gut microbiome and modify immune system response

How to improve gut microbiome and modify immune system response

New research reveals live probiotics to be able to modify the immune system response and help us learn more about how to improve gut...
60% human diseases originate in animals: One Health could keep antibiotics working

60% human diseases originate in animals: Could One Health tackle this?

The One Health approach unites human, animal, food and environment professionals to tackle human diseases and fight antimicrobial resistance. It is discovered that many of...
Novel antibacterial compounds created to battle antibiotic resistance development

Novel antibacterial compounds created to battle antibiotic resistance development

Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland have created novel antibacterial compounds to combat antibiotic resistance development. Focusing on the role of LsrK kinase, the...
UCLA discovers 8,000 surprisingly effective combinations of antibiotics

UCLA discovers 8,000 surprisingly effective combinations of antibiotics

Biologists at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have uncovered thousands of four- and five-drug combinations of antibiotics that are surprisingly effective. The discovery...
Positive progress in antimicrobial resistance prevention across the globe

Positive progress in antimicrobial resistance prevention across the globe

Countries are making substantial progress in tackling the ever growing issue of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), however, serious gaps still remain and require urgent action,...
Medicines for Europe: better access, better health

Medicines for Europe: better access, better health

Medicines for Europe president Marc-Alexander Mahl outlines the challenges facing the generic, biosimilar and value-added medicines industry and its role in achieving sustainable healthcare. Medicines...
Antibiotic treatment should stop to avoid resistance “tipping point”

Antibiotic treatment should stop to avoid resistance “tipping point”

New research from the University of Exeter, UK, shows that if antibiotic treatment continues to be used, patients will pass the “tipping point” of...
Having a penicillin allergy increases risk of superbug infections

Having a penicillin allergy increases risk of superbug infections

Patients with a recorded penicillin allergy on their medical records are at risk of develop drug-resistant superbug infections such as MRSA, a new study...
£12m grants issued to help tackle antimicrobial resistance on global scale

£12m grants issued to help tackle antimicrobial resistance on global scale

Four UK-based universities have been awarded multimillion pound grants to conduct research into the biological, cultural, social and economic drivers behind the development of...
Could natural defence mechanisms be key to tackling antibiotic resistance?

Could natural defence mechanisms be key to tackling antibiotic resistance?

A discovery of natural peptides that fight bacteria have been identified by the Technical University of Denmark, which could be vital in the battle...

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