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where do most of our current antibiotics come from?
other microbes
Uptake of DNA
transfermation
phage (virus) conversion
transfer DNA componet from one bacteria to another (transduction) ie can transfer resistance
MIC?
min. inhibitory conc. is defined as the lowest conc. of a molecule that results in no visible growth (turbidity)--- min. conc of drug we need to get to site of infection
MBC?
minimum bactericidal conc. is the lowest conc. of an antibiotic that produces a 99.9% reduction in organisms from the original inoculum
where do most of our current antibiotics come from?
other microbes
Uptake of DNA
transfermation
phage (virus) conversion
transfer DNA componet from one bacteria to another (transduction) ie can transfer resistance
MIC?
min. inhibitory conc. is defined as the lowest conc. of a molecule that results in no visible growth (turbidity)--- min. conc of drug we need to get to site of infection
MBC?
minimum bactericidal conc. is the lowest conc. of an antibiotic that produces a 99.9% reduction in organisms from the original inoculum
Bacteriostatic
doesnt kill bacteria at a therapeutic dose, interferes w/ growth or replication
bacteriocidal
kills microbes at therapeutic dose