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Drugs Fut 2005, 30(2): 161
ISSN 0377-8282
Copyright 2005 Clarivate Analytics
CCC: 0377-8282
DOI: 10.1358/dof.2005.030.02.869228
 
 
Organic carbamates in drug development. Part II: antimicrobial agents - Recent reports
Ray, S., Pathak, S.R., Chaturvedi, D.
 
 
The continuous evolution of new microbes that are resistant to available antimicrobial agents poses a serious problem in the medical world and presents a challenge for the development of newer agents with a broadened spectrum of activity and improved pharmacological and pharmacokinetic properties. In this area, a number of organic carbamates have emerged in the recent past as potential antibacterial and antiviral agents. The carbamate residue present in such molecules either contributes as a core component or towards improvement of their pharmacological and pharmacokinetic properties. Such compounds include both natural and synthetic products. In this review, recent data on carbamate antibacterial and antiviral agents are discussed.


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