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1 SSOLEIL - Synchrotron SOLEIL 2 TMCD2 - Transporteurs membranaires, chimioresistance et drug-design 3 GlaxoSmithKline 4 AstraZeneca

Abstract : Bacterial multidrug resistance is a significant health issue. A key challenge, particularly in Gram-negative antibacterial research, is to better understand membrane permeation of antibiotics in clinically relevant bacterial pathogens. Passing through the membrane barrier to reach the required concentration inside the bacterium is a pivotal step for most antibacterials. Spectrometric methodology has been developed to detect drugs inside bacteria and recent studies have focused on bacterial cell imaging. Ultimately, we seek to use this method to identify pharmacophoric groups which improve penetration, and therefore accumulation, of small-molecule antibiotics inside bacteria. We developed a method to quantify the time scale of antibiotic accumulation in living bacterial cells. Tunable ultraviolet excitation provided by DISCO beamline synchrotron Soleil combined with microscopy allows spectroscopic analysis of the antibiotic signal in individual bacterial cells. Robust controls and measurement of the crosstalk between fluorescence channels can provide real time quantification of drug. This technique represents a new method to assay drug translocation inside the cell and therefore incorporate rational drug design to impact antibiotic uptake.

Keywords : Bacterial multidrug resistance Gram-negative DISCO beamline synchrotron Soleil





Autor: Bertrand Cinquin - Laure Maigre - Elizabeth Pinet - Jacqueline Chevalier - Robert Stavenger - Scott Mills - Matthieu Réfrégiers

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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