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World Antimicrobial Awareness Week: 1,000 healthcare professionals take pledge to stop...

Preserving Life of Existing Antibiotics (PLEA), a non-profit organisation, conducts CMEs in healthcare settings to discuss ways to ensure adherence to guidelines on use of antibiotics in hospitals

C-CAMP launches India AMR Innovation Hub to combat antimicrobial resistance

Through India AMR Innovation Hub (IAIH), a unique global multi-stakeholder platform, C-CAMP has brought together national and global stakeholders in AMR to make an impact and change in India....................

Researchers develop alternatives to curb antibiotic resistance

A new study, conducted by the scientists at Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research–Central Food Technological Research Institute (CSIR–CFTRI), has sounded alarm bell on the indiscriminate and rampant use of such 'conventional antibiotics' in the food industry....................................

TIGS organizes an expert discussion on Antimicrobial Resistance in India

A highly credible panel of experts discussed the current state of AMR, challenges, and next steps in tackling AMR to commemorate the World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (18-24 November 2020).......................

C-CAMP AMR Accelerator kicks off in Bengaluru

A first-of-its-kind Accelerator program in India to fast-track innovations tackling Antimicrobial Resistance.......................

Antibiotic drug target identified by Indian researchers

The new molecule, indole based quinone epoxide (IND-QE), has been developed by scientists at the CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI), Lucknow and Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune.................

Cancer causing bacteria strain gains antibiotic resistance, find scientists

A study by the Kasturba Medical College and tertiary care hospital has found that Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium that causes stomach cancer, has gained so much resistance to two commonly used antibiotics that the drugs may not be able to provide any relief anymore.....................

Scientists develop curd-based wound healing gel

To address this concern, a team of scientists from IIT-Kharagpur has synthesized a low-cost gel from curd which not only retards the growth of antibiotic-resistant bacteria but also enhances wound healing......................

Antibiotic resistant bacteria found in river water

The new study, done by researchers from the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), has found presence of antibiotic as well as and metal resistant bacteria in river Ganga..............

Antibiotic resistant genes found in Kerala mangrove ecosystem

The genes having resistance to antibiotics have been found both in pristine environmental sites and regions affected by human activities...……...