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New weapon to combat resistant bacteria

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The researchers have just published their findings in APMIS, Acta Patologica Microbiologica Immunologica Scandinavica. Before transferring an eventual patent to the pharmaceuticals industry, they want to learn more about the way the substance works, try to make it even more effective, and try out its efficacy against foreign strains of bacteria. Since Aftab Jasir and Claes Schaln are the project leader and coordinator, respectively, of a major EU project on Group A-streptococci, they have ready access to bacteria cultures from other countries. Clinical use of the substance may become a reality in 5 to 10 years time.


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Contact: Ingela Bjrck
ingela.bjorck@info.lu.se
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Swedish Research Council
10-Dec-2003


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