Is Fish Slime Part of the Next Leap in Antibiotics?

We all know that the slime found on fish skin is their protective barrier against whatever they encounter in the water. The slime is known to protect them against fungi, chemical pollutants, other fish, illness and of course anglers wet hands. But recently teams of researchers have been studying the anti-biotic applications of the slime, … Continue reading Is Fish Slime Part of the Next Leap in Antibiotics?