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Positive data for Polyphor’s antibiotics
June 2019
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ALLSCHWIL, Switzerland—This year’s European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases saw presentations from multiple organizations, including Polyphor AG, which shared data on its Phase 3 antibacterial candidate murepavadin and POL7306, its preclinical medium-spectrum anti-gram-negative antibiotic. The data in question came from an in-vitro study in which murepavadin was compared with standard-of-care antibiotics against 495 recent clinical isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Murepavadin was found to be more potent, and demonstrated activity against colistin-resistant clinical isolates of P. aeruginosa. POL7306 demonstrated potent activity against multiple gram-negative organisms, including all gram-negative ESKAPE and WHO priority 1 pathogens. The antibiotic also showed potent in-vivo activity and a low propensity toward resistance development.

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