Antibiotic Development and Resistance provides a comprehensive review of all aspects of resistance and addresses new concepts in the field of antibiotic development. Ideal for clinical microbiologists, pathologists, infectious disease clinicians, and researchers in medical microbiology and pharmaceutical sciences, the book reviews the global status of bacterial infections and resistance and describes the mechanisms involved, the spread of antibiotic resistance and its reversibility. An international team of authors addresses new theories and recent discoveries in bacterial resistance, including the role of antibiotic efflux mechanisms in resistance, the cost of resistance to bacteria, and more.
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