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Surprise Survival Mechanism That Allows Bacteria to Evade Antibiotics

News   Mar 08, 2019 | Original Story by Mario Aguilera for the University of California San Diego.

 
Surprise Survival Mechanism That Allows Bacteria to Evade Antibiotics

Magnesium ions bind to ribosomes and increase antibiotic resilience. Credit: Leticia Galera-Laporta, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

 
 
 

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