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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of persisters

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of persisters:
/pɹ̩sɪstɹ̩z/

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  1. We call these the persisters.
  2. We call them persisters to distinguish them from
  3. versus a slow population (the persisters that's killed with very slow kinetics),
  4. which causes them to become these drug-tolerant persisters.
  5. with the exception of the rare persisters.
  6. But then we can readily identify these persisters that failed to lyse
  7. that causes them to be persisters when 99.9% of their siblings are not.
  8. that the persisters might be insensitive to the penicillin
  9. The actual mechanisms that are responsible for generating these persisters
  10. Likewise, for reactivation of these persisters after washout of the drug.
  11. that allow these cells to become persisters.
  12. Persisters are a pre-existing subpopulation of non-growing cells.
  13. and therefore, it would make sense if the persisters would be these cells,
  14. And we will look at the regrowth of the rare persisters that survived exposure to the drug.
  15. like the persisters.
  16. that turn out to be persisters after drug exposure
  17. that in E. coli, persisters are rare, slow-growing cells
  18. whereas in Mycobacterium, the persisters are growing and dividing
  19. the non-persisters (those cells that actually die in the presence of the drug)
  20. the non-persisters -- that is the bulk of the population --