Washington: Nitric oxide acts against Salmonella -- a common food poisoning bug -- by disrupting its metabolism, thereby keeping infection at bay."Nitric oxide is naturally produced in the nose and the gut and other tissues in the body to ward off infection," explains senior study author Ferric Fang, professor of lab medicine, microbiology and medicine at the University of Washington.
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