Problem: Penicillin halts bacterial infections: a. By stimulating a person's immune systemb. By damaging the cell membranec. By interfering with the construction of the cell walld. By causing the DNA of a bacterium to mutatee. All are correct

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Penicillin halts bacterial infections: 

a. By stimulating a person's immune system

b. By damaging the cell membrane

c. By interfering with the construction of the cell wall

d. By causing the DNA of a bacterium to mutate

e. All are correct

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