The drug is recommended for use in infectious and inflammatory processes caused by pathogenic bacteria. The drug blocks the action

The drug is recommended for use in infectious and inflammatory processes caused by pathogenic bacteria. The drug blocks the action of a specific protein-enzyme DNA gyrase and the replication of bacterial DNA. What happens to bacterial cells as a result of taking this drug? Why doesn’t it act on the cells of the human body in the same way?

1) The division (reproduction) of bacterial cells stops.
2) The drug is not toxic to the cells of the human body, because acts on a specific protein-enzyme, which is characteristic only of bacterial cells

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