Although isoniazid is certainly the most effective known inhibitor of InhA in M. tuberculosis, it is a pro-drug requiring activation by the KatG catalase–peroxidase to form an adduct with NAD. Clinically significant resistance to isoniazid is mainly attributed to loss or alteration of KatG activity.
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