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Antimicrobial Peptides

SpecialChem / Apr 6, 2011

The extensive clinical use of classical antibiotics has led to the growing emergence of many medically relevant resistant strains of bacteria (1,2). Moreover, only three new structural classes of antibiotics (the oxazolidinone, linezolid, the streptogramins and the lipopeptide-daptomycin) have been introduced into medical practice in the past 40 years. Therefore, the development of a new class of

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