How Bacteria Can Escape Destruction: Scientists Discover Mechanism Used To Pump Out D
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Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is a major challenge for the current treatment of infectious diseases. One way bacteria can escape destruction is by pumping out administered drugs through specific transporter proteins that span the cell membrane, such as AcrB.
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