A group of scientists has developed a technique with clay to combat bacteria in wounds, a practice that has been common in some cultures for centuries, according to a study published in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents on Tuesday.
Researchers at Arizona State University (USA) and Mayo Clinic Hospital have discovered that at least one type of clay can help fight bacteria that cause diseases in wounds, including some germs that can withstand the usual treatment.
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"We have shown that this low-iron clay can kill some bacterial strains under the laboratory conditions used, including those grown as biofilms, which can be extremely difficult to treat," said microbiologist Robin Patel of Mayo Clinic.
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