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Antibiotics

Only 90 years have passed since the discovery of the fungal compound effective against bacteria to the production of synthetic antibiotics. During this time, formerly dangerous medical treatments and diseases became possible or curable. The downside of the success of antibiotically active substances is their natural counterpart - evolution. The development of resistance in bacterial strains is the greatest challenge facing 21st century medicine.

Companies Antibiotics

Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc., USA

Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc. is focused on the ongoing development of research antibodies. It is our goal to continue to offer the broadest range of research reagents in the field. We provide superior, innovative primary antibodies and support products. We are the leading worldwide source of prod more

BioVersys AG, Switzerland

The Swiss biopharmaceutical company BioVersys focuses on research and development of small molecules which switch off drug resistance against existing antibiotics. With the company’s award-winning TRIC technology (Transcriptional Regulator Inhibitory Compounds) it will be possible to restore the eff more

Juvabis AG, Switzerland

The Swiss start-up company Juvabis designs next-generation aminoglycoside antibiotics that withstand mechanisms of bacterial drug-resistance and at the same time display superior tolerability due to increased target selectivity by rational design. Juvabis has been founded around a proprietary techno more

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Bacteria and Antibiotics: Revenge of the Microbes

What are bacteria? How do antibiotics work? And what can we do about increasing antibiotic resistance? Jenny Rohn, scientist and novelist, investigates the fascinating world of bacteria in this Friday Evening Discourse event from the Ri. more

‘Bad Guy’ Cells Unexpectedly Prove Vital for Stopping Deadly C. Difficile

They Cause Allergies and Asthma, But They Also May Save Your LifeResearchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have identified immune cells vital for protecting us from potentially fatal C. difficile infection. Surprisingly, those cells are often vilified for their role in causing ... more

Dragon's Blood Could Save Your Life

This week Reactions is looking at chemistry in bizarre places that could save your life. The science within the blood of the Komodo dragon or in a horseshoe crab can help with antibiotic resistance. But it doesn't end there, so we're taking a closer look at other wild places in nature that we've ... more

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A Brief Overview of Classes of Antibiotics

When we’re suffering from a bacterial infection, a trip to the doctors to be prescribed antibiotics is commonplace. However, there are a wide range of antibiotics available, and they vary both in their usage and their mechanism of action. This graphic summarises the major classes, and also gives a b more

Teixobactin - A New Antibiotic

If you’ve read any science news over the past day or so, you’ll have noticed it’s been dominated by stories about the discovery of a new antibiotic, teixobactin. There’s a reason that the scientific community is so excited by its discovery, but in truth, it’s the method which was used to discover it more

Salicylic Acid

This is a series of graphics looking at the chemistry and uses of some everyday chemical compounds you can find in a variety of products around your home. The series was inspired by conversation with@chemtacular on twitter, as well as the ongoing chemophobia discussion. To kick off the series, this more

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Production of antibiotics

Production of antibiotics The production of antibiotics has been widespread since the pioneering efforts of Florey and Chain in 1939 . The importance of antibiotics to medicine has led to much research into discovering and producing them. I ... more

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