Post-treatment photodegradable antibiotics

A novel chemical scaffold that is built into the molecular structure of an antibiotic and allows it to degrade with light, avoiding the spreading of active antibiotics in nature through mainly waste water and animal fertilizers.

Same effect as the currently known antibiotics, but contributing to reduce AMR. Possibility for new antibody structures.

Technology:
  • Antimicrobial compound/strategy
  • Removal antibiotics/bacteria

Microorganisms:
  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Yeasts

Application:
  • Human
  • Veterinary

Organization:
  • Company

Partnering:
  • License, Co-develop, Joint Venture

Geographic origin:
  • Eurasia


Non-profit organizarion funded in 2016 by merging of incubator and TTO functions. We are TTO for 6 research institutes in the area.

In our portfolio there are at least 2-3 institutes actively working with AMR. Several groups carry out studies in waste water treatment and AMR in agriculture areas.


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