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Top-line results from the pivotal Phase III EPIC study, and the smaller CARE study in patients with serious infections due to carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) pathogens, should allow Achaogen to find an ex-US marketing partner and submit a US marketing application in 2017 for its potential new antibacterial, plazomicin, that could address a growing market opportunity in multidrug resistant infections.
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