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RMIT researchers develop nanothin superbug killer – Australian Hospital + Healthcare Bulletin

The coating could be used on wound dressings and implants to prevent and treat potentially deadly bacterial and fungal infections.

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An antimicrobial coating developed by RMIT University researchers is effective against a broad range of drug-resistant bacteria and fungal cells, yet it leaves human cells unharmed.
The superbug-destroying coating is reported to be one of the thinnest coatings to date, and could be used on wound dressings and implants to prevent and treat potentially deadly bacterial and fungal infections.
Described in the American Chemical Society journal Applied Materials & Interfaces, the research teams new coating…

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