Right time to use pioneering structural studies on β-lactam related enzymes
Following on from the ‘golden age’ of antibacterials, how have biophysical analyses on enzymes targeted by penicillins, together with those responsible for resistance and biosynthesis, aided antibiotic drug discovery, as well as providing unexpected insights into human biochemistry? Read on below.
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