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Mutational Versus Transferable Drug Resistance

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Mutational Versus Transferable Drug Resistance

Post  sudheerkher on Fri Nov 14, 2008 2:37 pm

Safiya Esmail
2006 m 40

Mutational Versus Transferable Drug Resistance

S.No. Mutational Drug Resistance Transferable Drug Resistance
1. One drug at a time resistance Multiple drug resistance
2. Low degree of resistance High degree resistance
3. Can be overcome by a high dose of drug High drug dose is ineffective
4. Can be prevented by drug combinations Cannot be prevented by drug combinations
5. Does not spread Spreads to same or different species
6. Mutants may be defective Not defective
7. Virulence may be low Virulence not decreased


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