International Study Group on New Antimicrobial Strategies (ISGNAS)
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1992. Became an official international foundation in 1996, registered in accordance with Dutch law.
Promote understanding of the conditions under which opportunistic microbes present among the symbionts may cause infection; use the available information to develop methods of treatment which aim to prevent such infection; solve the problem of multi-resistance in treatment with antibiotics.
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