As bacteria grow resistant to conventional antibiotics, alternatives are being investigated, including antibodies, probiotics, bacteriophages, and antimicrobial peptides currently undergoing clinical trials. The specificity of antibodies, and the inability of bacteria to develop resistance against them, make antibodies attractive, albeit expensive, alternative therapeutic agents. Bacteriophages have been used for therapy in some parts of the world. Antimicrobial peptides have long been considered as potential replacements for antibiotics but with limited success. Synthetic peptides and synthetic Antibiotic membrane-active agents might herald a shift.
Non-antibiotic Bacterial Therapeutics – What You Will Learn
• What are the classes of non-antibiotics drugs that can treat bacterial infections alone or in conjunction with existing antibiotics?
• What non-antibiotic bacterial therapies are in late stage development, who are the developers, and what indications are they targeting?
• What are the major factors driving demand for non-antibiotic bacterial treatments?
• What is the size of the market today, who are the market share leaders, and what will the market share be in 2024?
• What are the essential factors, technologies and market development issues for non-antibiotic bacterial therapeutics products?
• What are the significant economic, technology, and regulatory factors affecting the market for non-antibiotic Bacterial Therapies
Non-antibiotic Bacterial Therapeutics – Summary of Contents
The Unmet Need
Defining the Scope
The Evolving Landscape
Antisense therapy/gene silencing
Active extrusion of bacterial compounds/membrane pumps
Overexpression of Multidrug resistance efflux pumps
Non-antibiotic Microbial Therapeutics – Therapies
Host Directed Therapies
Non-antibiotic Bacterial Therapeutics – Primary Targets
Univ of Hong Kong
Boston’s Children’s Hospital
Global Market Regulations and Standards
US Centers for Disease Control
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention
National Centre for Disease Control (India)
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