There are different types of antibiotics targeting the ribosome, mRNA, tRNA or factors associated with translation. But how do these antibiotics inhibit protein synthesis?
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There are several types of antibiotics inhibiting RNA or DNA replication and thereby prevent bacterial growth. But how do these antibiotics work?
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As one of the most highly exploited medication classes, antibiotics address a broad range of bacterial infections by either killing, lysing, or stalling the growth of microbes. But how do these compounds work?
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Antibiotics address a broad range of bacterial infections by either killing, lysing, or stalling the growth of microbes. Learn more about how antibiotics affect the plasma membrane in this article.
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Certain antibiotics interfere with various aspects of the synthesis of the peptidoglycan cell wall. Take a look at the underlying molecular mechanisms!
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