antibiotics, resistance to


The insensitivity to a particular antibiotic developed by the bacteria against which the antibiotic has been used repeatedly or over a long time. The process works by the ordinary rules of natural selection: that segment of the bacteria population that has a natural ability to counter the drug’s effect will survive, so that their genes eventually are shared by the entire population.

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