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The article “New ‘rules’ for finding antibiotics” proposes a new strategy for designing antibiotics for gram-negative bacteria. Students can focus on details reported in the article, follow connections to earlier articles about drug-resistant bacteria and antibiotics, and explore cross-curricular connections to other major science topics. In a related activity, students can test how susceptible yogurt bacteria are to antibiotics and determine whether the bacteria are gram-positive or gram-negative.
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