The antibiotics we know today don't work anymore. That's why superbugs (bacteria resistant to modern antibiotics) kill some 700 thousand people each year.
There is hope for mankind though: little Amphipoda crustaceans from lake Baikal may be the answer.
Turns out... there are actinobacteria living on the crustaceans that produce exactly what researchers worldwide have been looking for - new antibiotics.
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