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  1. azmanam
    Jun 17 - 12:36 pm

    Thanks for the nice perspective :)

    No mention of platensimycin?

  2. See Arr Oh
    Jun 24 - 5:17 am

    Adam: I may be wrong, but I think platensimycin is indicated for Gram-pos (such as MRSA), as are a slew of other cool np-like molecules. We tried to focus specifically on Gram-negative bacteria for this one, since they’re a different beast when it comes to treatment.

    Maybe post #2 is in order. What do you think, Editors?

  3. See Arr Oh
    Jun 25 - 4:03 am

    @Azmanam: Sorry, looks like the comment filter ate my response to you! Platensimycin was developed for Gram-positive infections, such as MRSA, whereas my post tried to focus on Gram-negative, which is another beast.

    I could always try for another post, this time on Gram-positives!

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