Ashish Bhati

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The MIC(90) of RBx 14255, a novel ketolide, against Clostridium difficile was 4 μg/ml (MIC range, 0.125 to 8 μg/ml), and this drug was found to be more potent than comparator drugs. An in vitro time-kill kinetics study of RBx 14255 showed time-dependent bacterial killing for C. difficile. Furthermore, in the hamster model of C. difficile infection, RBx(More)
BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES In vivo imaging system has contributed significantly to the understanding of bacterial infection and efficacy of drugs in animal model. We report five rapid, reproducible, and non invasive murine pulmonary infection, skin and soft tissue infection, sepsis, and meningitis models using Xenogen bioluminescent strains and specialized in(More)
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