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Antibiotic resistance: Nosopharm and the University of Illinois at Chicago describe mechanism of action of new class of antibiotics in Molecular Cell

Newly discovered antibiotic binds to ribosome and disrupts protein synthesis

 

 

 

Lyon, France, and Chicago (IL), United States - April 5 2018 – Nosopharm, a company dedicated to the research and development of new anti-infective drugs, and the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) today announce the publication of a study in Molecular Cell on the mechanism of action of odilorhabdins, a new class of antibiotics to combat antibiotic resistance.

 


The antibiotic, first identified by Nosopharm, is unique and promising on two fronts: its unconventional source and its distinct way of killing bacteria, both of which suggest the compound may be effective at treating drug-resistant or hard to treat bacterial infections.

 

 

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