FDA-approved drugs in combination could provide new antibiotics

04:08 EDT 21 Jun 2017 | Pharmafile

Research emerging from the University of Utah Health has built on knowledge that drugs used in combination can be more effective than used alone, as bacteria develop antibiotic resistance, to develop an effective way of pairing drugs. In particular, the researchers identified potential new drug matches by screening pairs of drugs that have already been approved by the FDA.

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