The importance of lag time extension in determining bacterial resistance to\ud antibiotics

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Li, Bing; Qiu, Yong; Shi, Hanchang; Yin, Huabing;
(2016)

It is widely appreciated that widespread antibiotic resistance has significantly reduced the utility of today’s antibiotics. Many antibiotics now fail to cure infectious diseases, although they are classified as effective bactericidal agents based on antibiotic suscepti... View more
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