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Influencing factors on effectiveness of an antimicrobial drug.
-Pathogen must be suseptible to drug.
-Drug must be able to reach site of infection
-Drug must be able to reach infection at the correct concentration.
A synthetic antibacterial drug that targets metabolic pathways and is composed of sulfur.
An antibiotic that inhibits cell wall synthesis and can be used in place of penicillin.
A drug that inhibits cell wall synthesis, is used against resistant strains as a "last resort".
A powerful anti-fungal developed from streptomycin that fights systemic fungal infections
The species classified by letter (A-O) depending on a carbohydrate present in the cell wall.
Infection incubation depends on these three aspects.
-Virulence of pathogen
-Type of bacteria
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