Persisters: Methods for Isolation and Identifying Contributing Factors—A Review
Persister cells are phenotypic variants surviving a lethal dose of antibiotic, sufficient to kill the bulk of an exponential phase population. In this chapter we summarize current techniques to isolate persisters and discuss limitations associated with identifying mechanisms of persister formation.
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