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Most antimicrobials that arrest protein function are nonselective as to the microbes they affect

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Most antimicrobials that arrest protein function are nonselective as to the microbes they affect. why would the effect of these agents be on human skin or tissue, if applied there? Please which of these is correct??

 

a). Protein properties in microbes and humans are similar and can possible cause harm human tissue

b). Protein properties in microbes and human are similar, however they are possibly not human tissue since they do disrupt human proteins

c). Protein properties in microbes and humans are different however there is a possibility of interference with human protein and causing herm to human tissue

d). Protein properties in microbes and humans are different, and this makes them good antimicrobials with safe applications on human tissue

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