Aureomycin


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Synonyms for Aureomycin

a yellow crystalline antibiotic (trade name Aureomycin) used to treat certain bacterial and rickettsial diseases

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In 1953, Lederle opened a new plant near Bombay to manufacture aureomycin. The factory was dedicated to Subbarow's memory and a plaque near the entrance was inscribed with his words, "Science merely prolongs life--religion deepens it."
Following 24h incubation at 25[degrees]C, a germinating conidium was picked and subculture on to a fresh Oat meal Agar plate amended with aureomycin using a fine scalpel.
"Effect of Aureomycin and Animal Protein Factor on Healthy Pigs." Archives of Biochemistry 29: 452-53.
The efects of aureomycin and of penicillin against Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae in vitro and in vivo.
Some of the leading compound or brand names were tetracycline, chlortetracycline (Aureomycin), oxytetracycline (Terramycin) and erythromycin, etc.
Lederle Laboratories scientists show that lacing animal feed with trace amounts of the antibiotic aureomycin can boost the growth of livestock (4/22/50, p.
It was once a recommended practice to ask a patient with blepharitis to apply chlortetracycline eye ointment (Aureomycin) two to three times per day, and this should be continued for a month before perhaps being reduced to one to two times per week over the ensuing months.
The comparative effectiveness of aureomycin, terramycin, chloramphenicol, erythromycin, and thiocymetin in suppressing experimental rickettsial infections in chick embryos.
Shahani's research showed DDS-1 had better survival rates in response to environmental variation, proved resistant to several antibiotics (such as penicillin, aureomycin and streptomycin), and could survive stomach acidity and bile salts.