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Beta-lactam resistance mechanisms in gram-negative bacteria

Beta-lactam antibiotics are commonly used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. Gram-negative bacteria have evolved several resistance mechanisms including altered permeability and beta-lactamase production. New trends in resistance are emerging amongst clinical isolates which may reflect the choice of beta-lactam employed.

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