Scientists identify bacterial histidine kinase inhibitors as novel antibacterial medicines
from entham Science Publishers via Infection Control Today
Antimicrobial resistance is a major societal problem as there are resistant bacteria to any antibiotic available, and they spread across countries and continents. For this, a novel antibacterial medicine with a low potential of resistance development is urgently needed. Researchers from Spain, The Netherlands and the U.K. have joined efforts to identify bacterial histidine kinase inhibitors that can be further developed as novel antibacterial medicines.
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