Antimicrobial resistance is the ability of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi or protozoans to grow despite exposure to antimicrobial substances designed to inhibit their growth. Microbes can evolve antimicrobial resistance when, for example, populations are subjected to selective pressure through drug use in medicine.
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