Another successful study to deal with plastic waste
Plastic pollution is becoming a major problem and experts are working hard to tackle it. Recently, experts have made this bacterium the center of their research on plastic floating on the sea.
Experts at the National University of San Diego, California, USA, isolated five antibiotic-producing bacteria from plastic floating pieces in the ocean and tested them against multiple bacterial targets.
Experts have found that these antibiotics were effective against common bacteria as well as antibiotic-resistant superbugs. Has been killed.
An estimated 50 to 13 million metric tons of plastic waste enters the ocean each year, ranging from large pieces of plastic to microplastics.
Biologists can use this plastic to expand their existence and create the whole environment for themselves.
While there are concerns that plastics may develop antibiotic-resistant bacteria, there are also bacteria that may be able to make new antibiotics.
These antibiotics could be used in the future against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, such as the superbug.