Resistance of bacteria to the penicillins.
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Resistance of bacteria to the penicillins. In honour of Sir Charles Harington. Edited by A.V.S. De Reuck and Margaret P. Cameron. by Ciba Foundation Study Group No. 13, London 1962

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Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English


  • Harington, Charles Robert, -- 1897-,
  • Bacteria, Effect of drugs on,
  • Penicillin

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Edition Notes

ContributionsCameron, Margaret P.,, De Reuck, Anthony V. S,
LC ClassificationsQR84 C54
The Physical Object
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16875557M

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It means that penicillin lost its ability to inhibit the synthesis of cell wall. Under antibiotic, sensible bacteria dies out, but resistant ones stay alive to multiply and replenish. Consequently, there appear selective conditions for bacteria which have genes of resistance. This means of 1 day ago  Resource: Description: Armando Hasudungan: Bacteria Antibiotic Resistance: Video that explains the basics of some different antibiotic resistance mechanisms in bacteria (13 min) and how resistance genes can be transferred between bacteria.: Eric’s Medical Lectures: Antibiotic Resistance: Slide show. Narrated lecture (31 min) covering e.g. bacterial resistance mechanisms and susceptibility /antibiotic-resistance/resistance-mechanisms-in-bacteria.   of antibiotic resistance, and could run the risk of co-selecting resistance through use of new molecules.8,9 The stimulation of antibiotic research and development has a pivotal role in the development of strategies to address the global threat of antibiotic-resistant bacteria,11 In support of the Global Action   As stated above the more complex outer layer of gram negative bacteria makes it much more difficult for certain antimicrobials to penetrate. Gram positive bacteria have a cell wall composed mostly of peptidoglycan, a very rigid substance. This is a prime target of β lactam antimicrobials such as penicillins and cephalosporins. The antimicrobial