At the turn of the millennia, the miracle of medicine of the 20th century, antibiotics, ceased to be a panacea. But there are many less prejudices in world science, and therefore scientists are ready to look for means to combat new strains of microbes in the most exotic places. Recently, their attention was attracted by the folk medicine of the Celts, which is based on beliefs in the healing power of Irish land from the Bohu Highlands.
The Boho terrain is located in Ferman, Northern Ireland, where a scientific landing from the University of Swanxi landed. According to legends, a thousand years ago, local soil was used to treat toothache and combat infectious diseases. Thinking over the interpretation of ancient myths, scientists came to the conclusion that we need to look for traces of streptomycetes (Streptomyces). This is a kind of bacteria that are used as producers of many antibiotics.
The search was crowned with success – a new strain of bacteria was opened, called Streptomyces SP. Myrophorea. And, like ancient heroes, he famously dealt with key pathogenic organisms that are no longer treated by antibiotics. In particular, Acinetobacter Baumannii, Enterococcus Faecium, Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella Pneumonia – all from the list of priority dangers. And what is completely wonderful is the unexpected ability of the bacteria to kill in addition to gram -positive and gram -negative strains.
StreptMyces sp. Myrophorea is not the only beneficial bacterium found in the Earth BOHO, scientists already call this legendary place the storehouse of antibiotics of the new generation. True, most likely, it is necessary to revise not only the methods of destroying multi -reader bacteria, but also the creation of the medicine against them. The fact is that all new open funds are contained in such
Sources that seem to be taken from a table book of a fabulous sorcerer. Here is the milk of the plastic car, and the flowers of tobacco, and the poison of the rattlesn of the snake, and feces of toads, and the hair of babies and other “hellish components”. This medicine of the future is surprisingly reminiscent of the alchemy of the Middle Ages.
Source — Swansea University