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    LifeArc welcomes the UK government’s national action plan for antimicrobial resistance (AMR)

    LifeArc welcomes the UK government’s national action plan for antimicrobial resistance (AMR), which was published today, highlighting the desperate need…

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  • ReACT Africa

    Tackling drug-resistant infections with ReACT Africa In partnership with ReAct (Action on Antibiotic Resistance) Africa, we have launched ASPIRE, a…

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  • PACE: Pathways to Antimicrobial Clinical Efficacy

    PACE: Pathways to Antimicrobial Clinical Efficacy PACE is a £30 million collaborative initiative to help progress new developments to tackle…

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  • TB-MBLA Assay in testing at LifeArc's Edinburgh lab

    TB-MBLA

    TB-MBLA A potential test for both diagnosis and monitoring of TB over time. For the last five years, LifeArc has…

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  • News releases

    ReAct Africa and LifeArc announce launch of ASPIRE initiative to combat antimicrobial resistance in Zambia and Kenya

    ReAct (Action on Antibiotic Resistance) Africa, in partnership with self-funded medical research organisation and charity LifeArc, is excited to introduce…

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    News releases

    New UK-India research project trialling easy-to-use test to help fight against global threat of antimicrobial resistance

    A new UK-India research project, DOSA2, is trialling an easy-to-use test to determine if a urinary tract infection (UTI) is…

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  • Pace: Pathways to Antimicrobial Clinical Efficacy cover image.
    News releases

    New £30m initiative to address global threat by accelerating the pace of antimicrobial innovation

    Pioneering partnership to drive development of new tests and treatments to tackle deadly antimicrobial resistance, which could otherwise kill 10…

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  • Fighting antibiotic resistance

    A new approach to identifying antibacterial drug targets With the rapid increase in multi-drug-resistant (MDR) gram-negative bacteria, it’s clear that…

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