Individual Mycobacteria Respond Differently to Antibiotics Based on Growth and Timing

Friday, July 1, 2016 - 11:51 in Health & Medicine

Tufts scientists have identified factors that linked to why individual mycobacteria of the same genetic background can respond differently to antibiotics. The findings shed light on the complexity of antibiotic tolerance and may improve the future design of drug regimens.

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