GZ x

l Anatomic approximation

Lysis and death

Q Target binding

Lysis and death

Q Target binding

Q Surface binding (adsorption)

O Intracellular uptake

O Intracellular uptake

Figure 11-1 The basic steps required for antimicrobial activity and strategic points for bacterial circumvention or interference (marked by X) of antimicrobial action leading to resistance.

table 11 -1 Anatomic Distribution of Some Common Antibacterial Agents

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