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The group of soil bacteria known for their ability to produce a wide variety of antimicrobials is called the ________.
The bacterium known for causing pseudomembranous colitis, a potentially deadly superinfection, is ________.
Selective toxicity antimicrobials are easier to develop against bacteria because they are ________ cells, whereas human cells are eukaryotic.
Antiviral drugs, like Tamiflu and Relenza, that are effective against the influenza virus by preventing viral escape from host cells are called ________.
Staphylococcus aureus, including MRSA strains, may commonly be carried as a normal member of the ________ microbiota in some people.
The method that can determine the MICs of multiple antimicrobial drugs against a microbial strain using a single agar plate is called the ________.