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The Development Of Metallohydroxamates As Novel Anti-Bacterial And Anti-Leishmanial Agents, Donal Keogan
Since the initial development and clinical use of antibiotics, there has been a steady and alarming increase in the levels of antibiotic resistant bacterial infections arising worldwide. The reduced efficacy of antibiotics coupled to the lack of new classes of antibiotics being developed, may result in antibiotic resistance infections rising to epidemic levels.
The decrease in new antibiotic discovery has resulted in increased interest in repurposing and repositioning of previously developed drugs as effective anti-bacterial treatments. The use of metals in medicine is not a new phenomenon as they have been used in medicine for thousands of years. Nonetheless the ...