Anti- infective drugs - Animal and human application : Patent Overview (Last 5 Years)
Prior to their discovery agents such as mercury and arsenic were used for many different ailments (most notably, syphilis). Sulphonamide, which was derived from a yellow clothing die in Germany, was first developed and patented in 1932. Penicillin was first utilized in 1941 on a policeman in England. Later on, many anti-infectives have come into existence that acts effectively in treating various infections. Some of them are Albendazole, Diethyl carbamazine citrate, and others. To know about these and other active ingredients and the type of the infections they act upon it is worth going through the patent overview.
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