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Keeping bacteria busy can slow down the evolution of antibiotic resistance. If the bacteria have to fight a predator at the same time as being exposed to antibiotics, both operations get slower. This finding can be considered a positive thing since bacteria resistant to antibiotics pose a serious global health problem.
Bac­teria de­ve­lop an­ti­bi­otic res­ist­ance more slowly if they fight two threats at once | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Researchers found new information about the way bacteria evolve to become resistant to antibiotics.