All antibiotics

Yury Poliknov and Alexander Mankin

April 6, 2018

A new class of antibiotics to combat drug resistance

Newly discovered antibiotic binds to ribosome, disrupts protein synthesis

Michael Federle, Researcher of the Year

February 6, 2018

New compound may stop bacteria from causing sickness

UIC research sheds light on Streptococcus bacteria signaling

Alexander Mankin, professor of medicinal chemistry and pharmacognosy

December 11, 2017

Teaching antibiotics to be more effective killers

UIC study sheds light on the mechanism of action of antibiotics that kill bacteria

honeybee on a clover flower

September 6, 2017

Honeybees could play a role in developing new antibiotics

Api137 can block the production of proteins in potentially harmful bacteria

Antibiotics, ribosome illustration

November 1, 2016

Two antibiotics fight bacteria differently than thought

May allow improvement of old, mainstay infection-fighting drugs

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October 20, 2016

Many antibiotics overprescribed for outpatients, study finds

Many drugs prescribed inappropriately in outpatient clinics

Scott Franzblau

April 14, 2015

Pharmacy researchers help develop new tuberculosis drug

Clinical trials beginning for first drug candidate since 2009

Michael Federle, Researcher of the Year

February 24, 2015

To fight disease, disrupt the way bacteria cells communicate

Researcher of the Year Michael Federle: ‘interfere with bacteria’s ability to make people sick’

Alexander Mankin, professor of medicinal chemistry and pharmacognosy

November 25, 2014

A flip of the coin brings a career studying ribosomes

Alexander Mankin’s work ‘with this fascinating molecular machine’

Mike Federle

August 27, 2013

Researcher works to fool bacteria

“We’re losing the war with bacteria”

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