• Kyodo


A group of Japanese researchers said Saturday they have discovered the first substance that makes a toxin secreted from cholera bacteria harmless and are conducting further tests at a research institute in Bangladesh.

The group discovered that the substance was part of a food additive commonly used in Japan and Europe, said Masatoshi Noda, head of the group and a professor at Chiba University’s graduate school of medicine.

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