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Why Non-Specific Adaptation Mechanisms Inevitably Lead to the Emergence of Bacterial Strains Multiresistant to Antibiotics

Volume 3 - Issue 1

Marcos López-Pérez*

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    • Department of Environmental Sciences, Autonomous Metropolitan University, Mexico

    *Corresponding author: Marcos López Pérez, Department of Environmental Sciencies, Autonomous Metropolitan University, Lerma de Villada, Mexico

Received: February 23, 2018;   Published: March 08, 2018

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.03.000832

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The resistance to antibiotics phenomenon has become a public health problem in the world [1]. In addition, it is interesting to highlight that bacterial infectious diseases are the cause of a high mortality rate in the world [2] which sets up a scenario of enormous gravity. A clear example is which already have been reported Klebsiella pneumonistrains, resistant to all available antibiotics [3]. This phenomenon has increased its severity by several factors, among which we can highlight.

Keywords: Non-specific adaptation mechanisms; strains multiresistants; Antibiotics

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