Daphne Stapelsjoined in May 6, 2019
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Imperial College London, London, UK.
Stapels has 1 break published.
Sleeping bacteria survive antibiotic treatment and hijack the host immune system
Since the 1940s, it has become easier to treat bacterial infections due to the discovery of antibiotics. These drugs work by corrupting active processes in bacteria, such as the ability to make DNA or proteins. By taking antibiotics when we are infected, we kill most... click to read more