AMR Centre teams up to tackle gonorrhoea
The project is targeting multi-drug resistant gonorrhoea and will see AMRC undertake pre-clinical development to drive Microbiotix’s novel mechanism drug, a Trans T ribosome rescue inhibitor, through lead optimisation and into pre-clinical nomination.
The collaboration is currently receiving $2.86 million in grant funding and could receive an additional $16 million if certain development milestones are met. The funding is being offered by CARB-X, an organisation which helps accelerate global antibacterial projects.
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