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Bio 221 Study GuideLesson 4-6 Antimicrobial Drug ResistancePreparation:Read Section 14.5Drug Resistancepp. 641-646Read Section 14.6Testing the Effectiveness of Antimicrobialspp. 647-651Study Questions: Be able to answer the following.Drug ResistanceList the factors that have accelerated the evolution of resistance of antimicrobialdrugs..
Describe the possible ways that microbes undergo the genetic changes tobecome drug resistant.
Describe the cellular drug resistance mechanisms used by microbes.
lincosamides can also occur due to enzymatic inactivation of the drug or modification.Prevention of Cellular Uptake or EffluxMicrobes may develop resistance mechanisms that involve inhibiting the accumulation of an antimicrobial drug,which then prevents the drug from reaching its cellular target. This strategy is common among gram-negative

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mr. Duluk
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Vancomycin

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