MRSA and the History
Of Antibiotic Resistance
Not too long ago, potentially deadly bacteria such as MRSA did not even exist. In fact,
antibiotic resistance itself is a fairly new threat that we fin
It is likely that throughout history the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) has
accompanied mankind. It causes multiple well-known diseases to human societies, such as
impetigo, boils and abscesses. The first published observations about S. aureu
2010 Could this be the end of an antibiotic era?