Antibacterial Activity and Potential Therapeutic Applications of Pyridine-based Synthetic Amphiphiles
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The present study on pyridine-based synthetic ampliphiles argues well in addressing a very important and contempoaray global healthcare problem. The study is an illustration of the use of prudent synthetic drug design and medicinal chemistry to generate synthetic ampliphiles with high bacterial activity and therapeutic potential. The significant leads, which emerged from the study and the future prospect of the findings is discussed...
Supervisor: Aiyagari Ramesh
BIOSCIENCES AND BIOENGINEERING