BMS 470: Antimicrobial Resistance Mechanisms
This course discusses the proliferation of antimicrobial resistance mechanisms of clinical relevance. The course will also address recent scientific advances in understanding the history and proliferation of microbial enzymology (resistance enzymes) responsible for modifying biologically active secondary metabolites (antimicrobials).
- BMS 321: Pathogenesis of Infectious Diseases
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Lecture: Lecture for BMS 470
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