treatments of microbial infections
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04 May 2006 17:21 PDT
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Question ID: 725568
Ciprofloxacin, erythromycin, and acyclovir are used to treat microbial infections. Criprofloxacin inhibits DNA gyrase. Eryhtomycin binds in front of the A site on the 50S subunit of a ribosome. Acyclovir is a guanine analog. A. What steps in protein synthesis are inhibited by each drug? B. Which drug is more effective against bacteria and why. C. Which drug is more effective against viruses ans why? D. Which drugs will have effects on the hosts cells and why? and E. Use the index to identify the disease for which acyclovir is used. Why is it more effective than erythromycin for treating this disease?
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Re: treatments of microbial infections
From: pforcelli-ga on 05 May 2006 16:11 PDT
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