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How do antibiotics destroy yersinia ?
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Dr. Simon Tsiouris
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Internally
The antibiotics used to treat yersinia in general act to turn off internal molecular machinery of the bacteria such as the proteins used to replicate dna and the protein manufacturing itself.

In brief: Internally
The antibiotics used to treat yersinia in general act to turn off internal molecular machinery of the bacteria such as the proteins used to replicate dna and the protein manufacturing itself.
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