Researchers from Chlorine University of Barcelona (UAB, Spain) and Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC, USA) in Barcelona have invented a new procedure that defenses synthetic antibacterial drugs in bacteria before their use.
Synthetic antibacterial drugs such as sulfonamide are derived from chemicals designed in laboratory, antibiotics produced by microorganisms such as viruses, fungu, yeast or bacteria.
Sulfonamide was the first synthetic antibacterial that was introduced to the clinical system in the first half of the last century. Today it is used in developing countries, among other drugs, the first line of clinical interventions, which is widely used in agricultural prevention
A large number of available bacteria genes are available to detect the origin of the genetic factors that are resistant to the sulfamids that frequently detect superbogs in hospitals.
About 600 million years ago, two families of Rhodobiaceae, Leptospiraceae confirmed that genes of resistance appeared to the sulfamids. Medicine
During the mid-20th century, other bacteria were discovered from the use of sulfamide in large quantities in agriculture and hospitals.
"This discovery is the need for a complex therapy using attacking malttiganr various mechanisms of resistance confirms the hospital's settings. On the other hand, the origin of the bacteria resistant genes in the manninreyum kanappetunnuvennum jalattilyum, it is necessary to trace the current anti-bacteria reduction in agricultural, Y gives the warning, "said Ivan eril.
"Our theory is that it helps in the transition of the genes that we have not realized without the need for the incredible genetic variation of bacteria, sulfiformes, or any substance in any behavior", the journalist published in the journal "Frontiers's Microbiology".