This TED-Ed Animation Shows How Bacteria is Building Up Resistance to Antibiotics [VIDEO]
Aug 09, 2014 10:08
The overuse of antibiotics has led them to become less effective. And while the problem is not in the antibiotics, it really is in the bacteria that they were made to fight. Like any other organisms, bacteria can undergo random mutations.
And while those mutations are harmful or useless, every now and then one comes along to give bacteria a fighting edge. That's why antibiotics are getting less efficient!
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