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03 October 2022 - EA13
Identifying the network of bactericidal interactions between mycobacterial respiratory chain complexes to develop fast-acting drugs for tuberculosis
03 October 2022 - EA14
Towards the discovery of new DDl inhibitors using a fragment-based drug discovery
03 October 2022 - EA15
Inter-species interactions alter antimicrobial susceptibility in polymicrobial cultures.
03 October 2022 - EA20
RECCE® 327 Demonstrates Bactericidal Activity Against Several Microbial Species
03 October 2022 - EA21
Antibacterial, safety, efficacy and molecular mechanism-of-action of halogenated codonopsinine derivative (HCD1) against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
03 October 2022 - EA22
Organic derivatives of silicristin elicited potent antibacterial activity against penicillin-binding protein 3 of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in silico
03 October 2022 - EA23
Design of small-molecule drugs to target multiple bacterial tRNA synthetases
03 October 2022 - EA24
WGS-based Dual Strategy for the Identification of Key Targets to Enhance Beta-Lactam Activity in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
03 October 2022 - EA25
Discovery of PK-188 as novel non-competitive inhibitor targeting NDM-1 and VIM metallo-β-lactamases
03 October 2022 - EA18
Chemical-chemical interaction profiling reveals a Rod complex inhibitor
13 September 2022 - P1-3
Revealing the effect of population’s diet to antibiotic resistance via metagenomics analysis
13 September 2022 - P5-3
Bakta: recent improvements for the annotation of bacterial genomes
13 September 2022 - P4-3
Plasmid loss across two lineages of Staphylococcus aureus in critically endangered captive Livingstone’s fruit bats
19 October 2021 - 3
An overview of zoonosis: Africa
19 September 2021 - 3
Old and New Malaria Diagnosis for use in western countries
11 July 2021 - 1846
An integrated model of plasma and lung PK and in vitro and in vivo efficacy for translational evaluation of apramycin in Pseudomonas aeruginosa lung infection
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