QureTech Bio develops new first-in-class antibacterial agents to combat infectious diseases and the occurrence of antibiotic resistance. This is done either by a direct antimicrobial effect or by potentiating existing antibiotics and making them more effective without causing resistance.
Acne vulgaris affects more than 80 percent of people at some point in their life and frequently continues into adulthood. Recent data suggest that there are about 680 million people living with acne around the world. This case focuses on a novel approach to fighting acne without the hazards of antibiotic resistance development.