Washington: Scientists have developed a new non-antibiotic approach for treating urinary tract infections (UTIs) which they say could reduce the emergence of drug-resistant superbugs that affect thousands every year. The new treatment, reported in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, involves so-called FimH antagonists, which are non-antibiotic compounds and would not contribute to the growing problem of antibiotic resistance bacteria.
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