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Comparing the anti-microbial effect of penicillin to that of chlorine dioxide on three opportunistic pathogensDownload
Introduction: The discovery of penicillin is a watershed in the history of medicine. Today, antibiotics are a part of everyday life. However, some speculate that society may return to the pre-antibiotic era if the increasing emergence and spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria cannot be slowed....
Escherichia coli (ATCC 13706) is susceptible to retapamulin, an antimicrobial semisynthetic derivative of pleuromutilinDownload
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a top 10 global threat to human health, as well as a major global health threat to animals and the environment. AMR can reduce the efficacy of antibiotic therapeutics, making treatment of bacterial infections difficult, expensive, and sometimes impossible. The...