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Mode of action of antibiotics and their uptake into bacteria
Uptake of antibiotics by bacteria
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70S ribosomes acquired resistance activity aeruginosa AGAC amino acid antibacterial agents antibiotic resistance antiseptics aureus bacterial cell bacterial resistance bacterial spores bactericidal beta-lactam antibiotics binding biocides cationic cell wall Chapter chemical chloramphenicol chlorhexidine chromosomal mutations clinical compounds concentrations confer resistance cortex cross-linking cytoplasmic membrane disinfectants and preservatives DNA gyrase drug effect efflux encoded enzyme Escherichia coli fusidic acid genes genetic germination glutaraldehyde Gram-negative bacteria Gram-positive Gram-positive bacteria hydrophobic inactivation infections inhibit inhibitors interaction intracellular intrinsic resistance Journal of Antimicrobial leakage lipid lysis mechanism of action Microbiology molecular weight molecules mupirocin occurs OmpF outer membrane PBPs penicillin peptide peptidoglycan peptidoglycan synthesis permeability pharmaceutical phenols phospholipid plasmids polymyxins polypeptide porins protein synthesis protoplasts QACs quinolones reaction residues resistance mechanism resistance to biocides ribosomal subunit Section sensitive specific spore spore coats sporicidal sporulation Staph strains structure substrate subtilis Table target tetracycline transpeptidase transport transposons trimethoprim uptake vegetative cell