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Overview – Antimetabolites

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    00:00 Welcome to Pharmacology by Lecturio.

    00:03 I'm Dr.Parvin Shukle.

    00:05 We're going to be talking about some unique antibacterial agents in today's lecture.

    00:10 What do I mean by unique antibacterials? Well, we've already covered agents that work on the cell wall and agents that work in bacterial protein synthesis.

    00:20 What we're going to do right now, is we're going to cover agents that act on the DNA and folic acid production within cells.

    00:27 These agents start off with the group called The Sulphonamides.

    00:33 And we also add in trimethorpim to that mix.

    00:36 Now trimethorpim is often added to a sulphonamide to give syntactic activity.

    00:42 Fluoroquinolones are another class within this group.


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    The lecture Overview – Antimetabolites by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course Antimicrobial Pharmacology.


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    1. Agents acting on DNA and folate production in prokaryotic cells.
    2. Agents acting on metabolites of eukaryotic cell processes.
    3. Agents that require metabolism to become active.
    4. Agents that inhibit bacterial wall synthesis.
    5. Agents that inhibit the metabolism of antibacterial agents.

    Author of lecture Overview – Antimetabolites

     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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