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Oct '11
MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course

  • Q:

    Three drugs, called Drug A, B, and C, are created as anti-bacterial agents. Drug A is capable of splicing bacterial RNA segments. Drug B can insert frameshift mutations. Drug C acts via proteolytic cleavage within the bacteria. Which of the following can be deduced about these drugs?



    Drug B is unable to change cell-wall composition of the bacterium


    Drug A and Drug C can both at most affect one protein


    Drug C has the exact same action as trypsin


    Drug B will have a larger impact on the progeny of bacteria than Drug C

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