The drug inhibits the growth of bacterial cells and viruses. Existing antibiotics have several drawbacks: they are either excessively toxic or bacteria has developed resistance to them.
"Milk protein" kills viruses and bacteria instantly once they enter the body of the patient. Active substance scientists call "micro-shell" due to the unique ability to kill Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli. These species of bacteria are highly resistant to most forms of antibiotics.
Breast milk, experts say, zaslujivaet special attention. It includes many useful compounds that could be used in medicine and science. Further study will help in developing the next line of antibiotics that are highly efficient.