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Revealing How Bacteria Block Out Antibiotics

News   Sep 03, 2019 | Original story from Imperial College London.

 
Revealing How Bacteria Block Out Antibiotics

This is the structure of the antibiotic-resistant protein that closes the pore (door) to antibiotics trying to enter the bacterial cell. Credit: Wong et al. (2019).

 
 
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