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Question 11.Which of the following is an example of an acute viral infection?
Question 22.Staphylococcus aureus and MRSA are commonly associated with _____.
Question 33.Antibiotics interfere with various cellular mechanisms in order to kill bacteria. Which of the following is one of those mechanism?
Question 44.What is the difference between MRSA and VRSA?
Question 55.What is a penicillin-binding protein?
Question 66.What is folic acid?
Question 77.What is the common modern meaning of the word antibiotic?
Question 88.Which bacterial process(es) do quinolones and fluoroquinolones inhibit?
Question 99.Misuse of antibiotics can lead to _____.
Question 1010.A patient comes to a clinic and complains of severe gastrointestinal problems. They tell the doctor that they had been swimming in a public pool recently and got water up their nose several times, which they also swallowed. Which drug might be a good choice for this patient?
Question 1111.Why is penicillin more effective against Gram-positive than Gram-negative bacteria?
Question 1212.Which type of antibiotics stop bacteria from growing without killing them?
Question 1313.When a prescription drug has lost the ability to either kill or control the growth of bacteria, this is known as _____.
Question 1414.Which test uses plastic strips with known concentrations of antibiotics?
Question 1515.Which of these is NOT a strategy that is known to make bacteria resistant to penicillin?
Question 1616.Which of these drugs does NOT interfere with parasites' DNA?
Question 1717.Walter was recently diagnosed with a case of genital warts stemming from the human papillomavirus. Which of the following courses of treatment may his physician prescribe?
Question 1818.What does MRSA stand for?
Question 1919.DNA gyrase is inhibited from resealing strands by _____.
Question 2020.How do eukaryotic and bacterial ribosomes differ?
Question 2121.DNA gyrase plays an important role in DNA replication. What happens when this enzyme is inhibited by quinolones or fluoroquinolones?
Question 2222._____ are microorganisms and beneficial bacteria that live on and in our bodies for the purpose of keeping pathogens away.
Question 2323.Which of these antibiotics causes the genetic code in the mRNA sequence to be misread?
Question 2424.What class of antibiotic does penicillin belong to?
Question 2525.Which of the following antibiotics inhibit cell wall synthesis?
Question 2626.Which of the following antibiotics damages the plasma membrane of bacteria?
Question 2727.What does the XDR stand for in XDR tuberculosis?
Question 2828.How can the secretion of beta-lactamases protect bacteria from penicillin?
Question 2929.What is a peptide?
Question 3030.How do penicillin-treated bacteria die?
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