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20170617
Clinical trials could begin antibiotic in three years

Scientific American University of Rutgers discovered a new natural antibiotic, is able to fight the bacteria that are insensitive to existing drugs. Antibiotic found in soil samples taken in Italy.

Reported Rfi .

"The new antibiotic conducted microbe, called" psevdoridimitsin »(PUM). He can kill a wide range of bacteria, which are resistant high number in relation to existing drugs in the market, "- says the publication.

Psevdoridimitsin neutralizes polymerase, an enzyme required for almost all functions of any organism. However, its mechanism of action is different from the class of antibiotics aimed at the same enzyme. Thus, the likelihood of drug resistance in the case of PUM is about 10 times less.

Under laboratory conditions, a new antibiotic has destroyed about twenty species of bacteria. Specifically, lab experiments showed that with the new antibiotics failed to cure scarlet fever in mice. Especially high rates were recorded relatively streptococci and staphylococci.

Clinical trials could begin in three years. In the case of a positive conclusion of a new antibiotic appears in drugstores in 10 years.

Recall, recently published scientists 'amazing results' treatment of one type of cancer.

glavcom.ua , Original in Ukrainian / на українському
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