u ivercarbUIT sugar, a phosphate group, andà nitrogenous base.35.Most antimicrobial drugs currently in clinical use offer a great variety of unique targets for selective toxicity.Macrolides are broad-spectrum, bacteriostatic drugs that block elongation of proteins by inhibiting peptide bondformation between specific combinations of amino acids. Azithromycin is a broader spectrum antibiotic that is abledisrupt INITIAL peptide bond formation. Which of the following protein structures will be altered, FIRST, byAzithromycin?a. the quaternary structure will be disruptedb. the secondary structure will be disruptedc. the tertiary structure will be disruptedd. the primary structure will be disruptede. no levels of protein structure will be disrupted

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u ivercarbUIT sugar, a phosphate group, and
à nitrogenous base.
35.Most antimicrobial drugs currently in clinical use offer a great variety of unique targets for selective toxicity.
Macrolides are broad-spectrum, bacteriostatic drugs that block elongation of proteins by inhibiting peptide bond
formation between specific combinations of amino acids. Azithromycin is a broader spectrum antibiotic that is able
disrupt INITIAL peptide bond formation. Which of the following protein structures will be altered, FIRST, by
Azithromycin?
a. the quaternary structure will be disrupted
b. the secondary structure will be disrupted
c. the tertiary structure will be disrupted
d. the primary structure will be disrupted
e. no levels of protein structure will be disrupted
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u ivercarbUIT sugar, a phosphate group, and à nitrogenous base. 35.Most antimicrobial drugs currently in clinical use offer a great variety of unique targets for selective toxicity. Macrolides are broad-spectrum, bacteriostatic drugs that block elongation of proteins by inhibiting peptide bond formation between specific combinations of amino acids. Azithromycin is a broader spectrum antibiotic that is able disrupt INITIAL peptide bond formation. Which of the following protein structures will be altered, FIRST, by Azithromycin? a. the quaternary structure will be disrupted b. the secondary structure will be disrupted c. the tertiary structure will be disrupted d. the primary structure will be disrupted e. no levels of protein structure will be disrupted

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