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Question Precordial Shunt Bacteria

a bacteria culture is taken from precordial shunt and is incubated with radiolabeled cefotaxime and subjected to gel electrophoresis.the bands are detected by autoradiography
where they bound with?

a)pilli
b)techoic acid
c)transpeptidase
d)LPS
e)peptidoglycan
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c easy.............
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a bacteria culture is taken from precordial shunt and is incubated with radiolabeled cefotaxime and subjected to gel electrophoresis.the bands are detected by autoradiography
where they bound with?

a)pilli
b)techoic acid
c)transpeptidase
d)LPS
e)peptidoglycan
the ans is C
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i WOULD GO WITH E
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it Inhibits bacterial cell wall synthesis by binding to one or more of the penicillin-binding proteins (PBPs) which in turn inhibits the final transpeptidation step of peptidoglycan synthesis in bacterial cell walls, thus inhibiting cell wall biosynthesis
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yup...the answer is C)
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yeah c i think. i remember the pharmac chap saying that the pbp is a type of enzyme responsible for the transpeptidation and final formation of the ppglycn cw.
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