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- Wyrzykowska, Ewelina; Rybińska-Fryca, Anna; Sosnowska, Anita; Puzyn, Tomasz
- Green chemistry 2019 v.21 no.8 pp. 1965-1973
- Staphylococcus aureus; United States Environmental Protection Agency; World Health Organization; antibiotic resistance; antibiotics; bacteria; biocides; biodegradation; data collection; death; gravity; green chemistry; hospitals; humans; ionic liquids; livestock; models; mutation; pathogens; patients; quantitative structure-activity relationships; screening
- ... Due to the excessive use of antibiotics in human and livestock treatments, growing antibiotic resistance has been observed. The high velocity of bacterial mutation impedes the healing process, especially for hospital patients with weak immune protection, often resulting in death. The World Health Organization (WHO) stressed the gravity of this issue and in 2017 published the first global priority ...