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Tetracycline works by? Topic: Cell wall synthesis in bacteria
June 20, 2019 / By Dominica
Question: a. Inhibiting the formation of the peptidoglycan cell wall. b. Inhibiting synthesis of mRNA. c. Inhibiting synthesis of protein. thanks
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Carreen Carreen | 1 day ago
c. Inhibiting synthesis of protein There are many different classes of antibiotics each exerting a different type of inhibitory effect that specifically impacts bacteria. Bacterial cells are prokaryotic; primitive cells that differ significantly from humans' eukaryotic cells. Tetracyclines exert their effect by interfering with protein synthesis in bacterial cells.
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Many antibiotics work by preventing or inhibiting bacterial protein synthesis.Tetracycline works by blocking the binding of transfer RNA to messenger RNA-ribosome complex thereby preventing new amino acids being added to the peptide chain. For more info visit: http://www.good-pharmacy.com http://www.ustabs.net
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For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/avrKp Well, I'm no doctor but I have tried to take tetracycline about 6 months ago. All I can tell you is don eat two hours before and one hour after taking the pill. Also, dont be surprised if your stomachs starts to hurt A LOT! Mine did so I had to switch medicines. Just beaware of the possible side effects.
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