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How do antibiotics work?
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In this bytes lesson learn about how antibiotics work and also the different types of bacteria that cause infection. Also find out if antibiotics can treat viral infections

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A video on why is image of our face inverted when we see to the concave side of a spoon , although the image is virtual.
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  1. HOW D0 ANTIBIOTICS WORK?


  2. BEFORE THE ARRIVAL OF ANTIBIOTICS People would wait and see if the infection improved on its own, or you could cut the infection off of your body. 2


  3. ALEXANDER FLEMING


  4. Penicillium Notatum' ALEXANDER FLEMING


  5. Penicillium notatum halted the growth of STAPHYLOCOCCUS a bacteria that can cause skin infections, pneumonia and some food-borne illness.


  6. How do ANTIBIOTICS work?


  7. Many of us have used them to treat infections bad throat to bladder infections and many types of skin infections.


  8. Antibiotics can't save you from viral infections


  9. The type of antibiotic your doctor prescribes to treat your infection depends on the type of bacteria causing that infection


  10. GRAM-NEGATIVE GRAM-POSITIVE Outer membrane Lipoproteins Peptidoglycan Periplasmic space e90900 00 09090 Cytoplasmic membrane Lipopolysaccharides Porin Protein


  11. 1. By weakening the bacteria's cell wall until it bursts.


  12. Penicillin on Bacteria Penicilli rupture later Bacterium