Naturally occurring molecules
Their unique chemical structures draw inspiration from secondary metabolites found in marine sponges that protect them from sea-dwelling microorganisms. Our structurally optimized molecules have shown efficacy against multiple forms of antimicrobial resistance, thus facilitating improved treatments for a diverse panel of clinically relevant pathogens.
Leveraging unique compounds, shown to increase the susceptibility of highly resistant strains of bacteria to antibiotics
"Detecting and controlling antibiotic resistance requires the adoption of a "One-Health" approach to disease surveillance that recognizes that resistance can arise in humans, animals and the environment"
"Antibiotics contribute to food security: The use of antibiotics in animal agriculture helps meet the growing demand for safe livestock-derived food such as meat, milk and eggs"
Health for Animals
"Antibiotic resistance can spread between animals, humans and the environment"
European Medicines Agency