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Perception and Resistance Mechanism of some Metal-drug Complexes and Their Roles as Antibacterial

By Joshua A. Obaleye, Nzikahyel Simon, Olufunso O. Abosede, Mercy O. Bamigboye, Abiodun A. Ajibola, Uche B. Eke and Elizabeth A. Balogun

Submitted: November 4th 2014Reviewed: June 11th 2015Published: December 9th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/61033

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Joshua A. Obaleye, Nzikahyel Simon, Olufunso O. Abosede, Mercy O. Bamigboye, Abiodun A. Ajibola, Uche B. Eke and Elizabeth A. Balogun (December 9th 2015). Perception and Resistance Mechanism of some Metal-drug Complexes and Their Roles as Antibacterial, Concepts, Compounds and the Alternatives of Antibacterials Varaprasad Bobbarala, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/61033. Available from:

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