CrystalGenomics To Push Fabl Inhibitor Trials With Govt Support
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Following the positive outcome of a US Phase IIa study for its pioneering Fabl inhibitor, CrystalGenomics plans to proceed with global clinical trials of the first-in-class antibiotic for MRSA in improved dosage forms, with some financial help from South Korea’s government.
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