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    To Analyse the Resistance and Tolerance of several Multi Drug Resistant (MDR) Bacteria: : How they manage to escape the Antibiotics?

     Amartya Nandi (corresponding) ,  NAVNEET BATRA,  KANAV SHARMA (2021)
    Antimicrobial resistance has become a serious problem for physicians around the world when it comes to treating patients. As a result, short-term research was carried out by us to determine the prevalence of multidrug-resistant (MDR) bacterial isolates and to study the mechanism of escaping the antibiotics. Methods and Materials In the department of microbiology, clinical samples were grown and bacterial strains were discovered. To determine we have studied several strains of clinically established MDR bacteria and analyzed their genome sequences to get the answers to the tolerance and resistance of MDR bacteria.
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      10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-LIFE.APHRVNB.v1.RZOWNQ

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      This article problematizes one of the most important topic in medicine, the mechanisms of bacterial resistance. Article is well structured and comprehensible with a good point. Early detection of new mutations and new mechanisms of bacterial resistance is crucial in the prevention of new multi-drug resistant subpopulations. Raising awareness about bacterial resistance is very important in clinical practice. Excessive use of reserve antibiotics is a major problem that leads to the development of more and more resistant bacteria, some of which are resistant to almost all up-to-date available antibiotics. 

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