What can we learn on resilience from bacteria ?

Found in Science Focus link

An antibiotic is designed to target a molecule inside a bacterium, a molecule related and critical to proliferation or survival.

In presence of an antibiotic, bacterial growth or proliferation is inhibited. Their numbers decrease and so a bacterial infection is controlled.

Yet, not all bacteria die.



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