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Antibiotics have made it possible for humans to fight with infectious disease. When considering how antibiotics control the bacterial pathogens we find out that the mechanism is the prevention of some essential physiological process of the bacterium. For illustration, streptomycin prevents the formation of protein in the bacterium. So preventing the bacteria from translating and building crucially significant proteins will kill bacteria. This gives the means by which the pathogens are controlled once the human body is infected. What I pose to you is that humans are made up of cells and these cells need that we build proteins. Why don't these same antibiotics harm our cells and damage us when we take them to control disease? If an antibiotic inhibits a ribosome form functioning in the translation of a protein in a bacterium why won't that similar drug inhibit our ribosome? Build a description by giving possible reasons why certain antibiotics can control bacterial without doing any serious damage to the humans.