Quinolones , The Quinolone are class of antimicrobial agents that was not isolated from living organisms but, rather, was synthesized by chemists.
They are a group of synthetic broad spectrum antibacterial drugs that target DNA Synthesis. The prolific development of the Quinolones began in 1962, when Lesher et al. made the accidental discovery of nalidixic acid as a by-product of the synthesis of the antimalarial compound chloroquine.
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