History of Antibiotic Adaptation Influences Evolutionary Dynamics During Subsequent Treatment in Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

Phillip Yen
Antibiotic resistance is an increasingly serious global health problem that threatens the effective prevention and treatment of infections caused by bacterial pathogens. While there has been renewed effort in discovering new antibiotic compounds to combat these resistant bacterial pathogens, an equally important endeavor is studying how bacteria evolve to become resistant to the antibiotics that are currently available and commonly used. Having a clearer fundamental understanding of the adaptation process will allow for the development...
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