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Jens Kristian says: "We found that the fungi have enormous, previously untapped, potential for the production of new antibiotics and other bioactive compounds, such as cancer medicines," External link

terradaily Monday, April 24, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

Jens Christian Nielsen says: "We found that the fungi have enormous, previously untapped, potential for the production of new antibiotics and other bioactive compounds, such as cancer medicines," External link

terradaily Monday, April 24, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

Jens Christian Nielsen explains: "It's important to find new antibiotics in order to give physicians a broad palette of antibiotics, existing ones as well as new ones, to use in treatment. This will make it harder for bacteria to develop resistance," "Previous efforts to find new antibiotics have mainly focused on bacteria. Fungi have been hard to study - we know very little of what they can do - but we do know that they develop bioactive substances naturally, as a way to protect themselves and survive in a competitive environment. This made it logical to apply our research tools to fungi" External link

terradaily Monday, April 24, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

Jens Christian Nielsen says: "Governments need to act. The pharmaceutical industry doesn't want to spend money on new antibiotics, it's not lucrative. This is why our governments have to step in and, for instance, support clinical studies. Their support would make it easier to reach the market, especially for smaller companies. This could fuel production," External link

terradaily Monday, April 24, 2017 11:23:00 AM CEST

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