A team of Chinese researchers has discovered a fungal content with the possibilities of an antibiotic. Researchers say that it can be made in the lab. This research has recently been published in a journal called Nature Communication. According to the news agency Xinhua, health organizations around the world are trying to use antibiotics.
This is because due to the excessive use of antibiotic, they have become less effective in recent years and superbugs have come up. Superbug bacteria have strains that cause resistance to many types of antibiotic. Meanwhile, researchers are trying to find new antibiotic.
A team led by researchers from Chongqing University of China has developed a technique to synthesize albomicin. Albomysin is a group of fungal compounds, whose antimicrobial properties have already been confirmed. The authors of the research say that this element can be obtained in sufficient quantities and allowed to examine its antibiotic mechanism.
The main author of the research, Yu Hey, said, "The method we use can easily be synthesized with almomacin content efficiently and in the investigation of the laboratory of the early animal lab, it is found that these substances are safe, but its protection We will continue our research. "