AMR: IMI’s Enable project reaches endpoints

  29 January 2020

The IMI project was recently granted a one-year extension to promote further progression of ongoing programmes, while keeping within the original budget of about €100m. ENABLE was formed in 2014 to accelerate the development of new antibiotics for the treatment of difficult-to-treat Gram-negative  infections. The project has so far identified five antibacterial leads.

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