New antibiotics needed: WHO priority pathogens of concern

In 2017, the World Health Organisation published a list of antibiotic-resistant bacteria that pose the greatest threat to human health. This publication was compiled to help guide and promote research and the development of new antibiotics, and lists 12 families in order of research priority. In an effort to help raise the profile of these important pathogens, Microbial Genomics has commissioned a series of mini reviews on the bacteria included in this list.

Articles will be published as they become available over the course of the next year and will be put into a special collection named ‘WHO’s 12’. For enquiries please contact [email protected].

New antibiotics needed: WHO priority pathogens of concern

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