Chemists develop a new way to treat antibiotic-resistant infections

With drug-resistant infections on the rise and the development of new antibiotics on the decline, the world could use a new strategy in the fight against increasingly wily bacteria. Now, Stanford chemists report November 2 in the Journal of the American Chemical Society a possible solution: a small molecular attachment that helps conventional antibiotics penetrate and destroy their targets. […]

Chemists develop a new way to treat antibiotic-resistant infections

With drug-resistant infections on the rise and the development of new antibiotics on the decline, the world could use a new strategy in the fight against increasingly wily bacteria. Now, Stanford ...

Mon 5 Nov 18 from Phys.org

New way to treat potentially deadly antibiotic-resistant infections, Tue 6 Nov 18 from Science Blog

Chemists Develop Way to Treat Potentially Deadly Antibiotic-resistant Infections

NewsWith drug-resistant infections on the rise and the development of new antibiotics on the decline, the world could use a new strategy in the fight against increasingly wily bacteria.Contributed ...

Wed 7 Nov 18 from Laboratory Equipment

Stanford chemists develop a new way to treat antibiotic-resistant infections

Chemists have modified a common antibiotic to make it more effective at fighting off one common type of antibiotic-resistant bacterium, known as MRSA.

Mon 5 Nov 18 from Eurekalert

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