Scientists devise technique for faster drug synthesis

09/28/2007 | M.I.T. Technology Review

A team of U.S. researchers synthesized the antibiotic enterocin in only two hours by combining enzymes used by a cell and simple compounds in a laboratory flask. The new procedure could pave the way for faster manufacturing of antibiotics and other drugs once a scientist has an ample supply of enzymes, a researcher said.

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