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Viomycin phosphotransferases

Resistance to viomycin can be mediated by inactivation of the molecule via phosphorylation. The enzymes that catalyze this reaction are known as viomycin phosphotransferases and are typically encoded by the vph genes.

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Other Mechanisms in Mycobacterium tuberculosis-specific Drug

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