erythromycin


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  • noun

Synonyms for erythromycin

an antibiotic (trade name Erythrocin or E-Mycin or Ethril or Ilosone or Pediamycin) obtained from the actinomycete Streptomyces erythreus

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In conclusion, our results demonstrated that diosmetin together with erythromycin, could synergistically inhibit the growth of ABC-pump overexpressed MRSA-RN4220/pUL5054 in vitro.
Antimicrobial drug susceptibility results for Campylobacter coli pulsovar 1 isolates from 10 patients, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2010-2011 * Antimicrobial agent ([dagger]) MIC (mg/L) Interpretation Erythromycin 2-4 S Azithromycin 0.
Erythromycin induced significant leakage of AST at 488, 781 and 1250 [micro]g/ml.
It was found that significantly more isolates were resistant to rifampicin, gentamicin, trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole, chloramphenicol, tetracycline, minocycline and nitrofurantoin in the NHLS laboratories than the private laboratories, where resistance was higher for ciprofloxacin, clindamycin, 5 [micro]g mupirocin and erythromycin (Table III).
A 10 IU penicillin and a 15 [micro]g erythromycin disk were placed onto the swabbed area and then placed in an air incubator at 37[degrees]C for 16-24 hours.
The disorder occurred in 35 children exposed to the combination regimen, 18 exposed to erythromycin alone, 15 exposed to amoxicillin-clavulanate alone, and 12 exposed to placebo.
Research in 1992 revealed that less than 5% of 187 GAS isolates from pediatric offices in Greenville, South Carolina had erythromycin resistance.
If it's erythromycin and clindamycin susceptible initially, or resistant to both initially, there is no issue," he explained.
and erythromycin (Abbott Laboratories) were tested in larval culture tanks at 4 concentrations:0.
In Denmark, the prevalence of Campylobacter species resistant to macrolide-class antibiotics such as erythromycin has dropped since 1998, when all growth promoters, including macrolides, were banned from use in livestock.
However, MRSA's resistance towards erythromycin appeared to be increasing over the years, so a linear regression t-test was done, though the probability was too close to a, so the null hypothesis could neither be accepted nor rejected.
A clinical trial evaluating the antibiotic erythromycin as a female contraceptive has been branded illegal and unethical.
An article in the September 9, 2004 New England Journal of Medicine reported that patients using the antibiotic erythromycin at the same time as drugs that strongly inhibited cytochrome P-450 3A (CYP3A, an enzyme in the liver that helps remove many drugs from the body) had an increased risk of sudden death from cardiac (heart) causes.
aureus than tetracycline hydrochloride, erythromycin, streptomycin sulfate, polymyxin B sulfate or neomycin sulfate.
coil bacterium, transforming this run-of-the-mill microbe into an organism that can churn out new precursors of erythromycin, a broad-spectrum antibiotic and penicillin substitute, thus demonstrating a powerful tool for developing novel antibiotics to combat bacteria that have become resistant to overused ones.