Basic Mechanisms of Antibiotic Resistance and Gene Spread by Marilyn Roberts, PhD

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Marilyn Roberts, PhD, University of Washington, presents an historical background of bacterial antibiotic resistances. In this lecture Roberts discusses the basic mechanism and elements (plasmids, transposons, integrons) of bacterial antibiotic resistance gene transfer.

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CARLOS ALBERTO ESPINOZA VÁSQUEZ says:

Remarkable.

Mangal Singh says:

The voice could have been better

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