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nbme18/Block 2/Question#32 (27.9 difficulty score)
Investigator studying vancomycin-resistant ...
Plasmid lossπŸ”
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submitted by match95(48),
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azibird  Why can't this be a point mutation? +4  
freenbme23  I don't think that this implies that it can't be point mutation, but rather plasmid loss is more likely. Also, the point mutation Would have to ultimately lead to the plasmid loss. +