Resistance is not Futile:Discovery and development of peptide antibiotics composed of D amino acidsAdaligil, Emel.
Abstract: Since the discovery of penicillin in 1928, many antibiotics targeting different kinds of bacterial species have been developed. Extensive and improper use of antibiotics has triggered a "bacterial resistance" problem. The biggest challenge in developing new antibiotics is that the bacterial strains may become resistant to newly developed drugs even during laboratory development before cl... read more
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