cycloserine


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an antibiotic that is especially active against the tubercle bacillus

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CDC does not test for cycloserine, which requires Lowenstein-Jensen medium.
By typing cyclos," the CPOE brings up both the orders for cyclosporine level" and cycloserine level.
Of these, 13 had termination of ethionamide, 4 of ofloxacin, and 1 each had kanamycin, ethambutol, pyrazinamide or cycloserine terminated.
Lab M's Perfringens Agar-OPSP is designed for the enumeration of Clostridium perfringens in foods, and the company's Perfringens Agar Base (TSC) is used in the preparation of Tryptose Sulphite Cycloserine (TSC) Agar for the enumeration and presumptive identification of the organism.
About 5 ml of Tryptose Sulphite Cycloserine (TSC) agar containing g/L, distilled water; 46 g, TSC (Oxoid CM587); pH 7.
Following streptomycin, p-aminosalicylic acid (1949), isoniazid (1952), pyrazinamide (1954), cycloserine (1955), ethambutol (1962), and rifampin (1963) were introduced as antituberculosis medications.
treat MDR-TB, capreomycin (CapastatA') and cycloserine (SeromycinA'), to
A daily regimen of 12,000 mg para-aminosalicylic acid, 800 mg ofloxacin, 750 mg cycloserine, 750 mg ethionamide, 150 mg thiacetazone, and 1,000 mg amikacin was administered for 2 years, with the diagnosis of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
Eli Lilly's Speke plant produces two antibiotics - capreomycin and cycloserine.
The Speke site is to double production of the two anti--biotics - capreomycin and cycloserine - necessary to treat MDR-TB.
3] * Terizidone is comprised of two molecules of cycloserine and one molecule of terephtalaldehyde.
In a recent study, we reviewed the cycloSERINE test results ordered by a referring laboratory "unnamed A," in 2010 and 2011, and investigated whether a wrong test for cycloSERINE, an antibiotic, was ordered through the laboratory A, despite physicians' orders for cycloSPORINE, an immunosuppressant.
ethionamide and prothioamide) and cycloserine [23,45].
Cycloserine or its dimer, terizidone (which is the only form currently used in South Africa) has a high incidence of neuropsychiatric adverse events.