Antibiotic medications work by targeting specific structures and functions in bacterial cells. Side effects on the patient are usually minimal, because their eukaryotic cells do not possess the same structures and characteristics as the prokaryotic pathogens. What structures or functions of the prokaryotic cell would serve as good targets for new antibiotics?
1. Write original responses to 1 question below. This means that you will need to look through responses already made to make sure that you are not repeating any of the information.
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Your post must be thorough – in paragraph form.
Post must be in your own words. DO NOT copy and paste or plagiarize your answers.
If a classmate has already made a response, you can also respond but your response must contain new information not presented previously.