Environmentally Benign Nanoantibiotics with a Built-in Deactivation Switch Responsive to Natural Habitats

Environmentally Benign Nanoantibiotics with a Built-in Deactivation Switch Responsive to Natural Habitats

Posted by Corey Marcath on

Single Donor Human Red Blood Cells from Innovative Research was used in the following study:

 

Environmentally Benign Nanoantibiotics with a Built-in Deactivation Switch Responsive to Natural Habitats

Wan ZhengWan Zheng, Miguel Anzaldua, Ankita Arora, Yunjiang Jiang, Kelly McIntyre, Michael Doerfert, Theodora Winter, Abhijit Mishra, Hairong Ma, and Hongjun Liang*

American Chemical Society
March 23, 2020

“In the battles against bacterial infections in healthcare and agriculture, antibiotics have been used at a massive scale for many decades. It was estimated that the annual antibiotics consumption reached 100 000−200 000 tons in 2010 worldwide, and up to 90% of the administered antibiotics were discharged directly into the environment in various active forms.1 …Fresh human red blood cells (HRBCs) were purchased from Innovative Research Inc. (Novi, MI), stored at 4 °C, and used within 2 weeks.

 

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