tetracyclines


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tetracyclines

A group of antibiotics that treat conditions caused by a range of infective organisms.
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2006) and the fact that tetracyclines as anti-staphylococcal agents are currently used mainly in the treatment of skin structure infections (Gelmetti 2008) suggest that synergistic interaction of tetracyclines with EGCG could effectively enhance their anti-staphylococcal effect, especially in the case of skin diseases.
We showed that the emerging clone is multidrug resistant and is characterized by a large conjugative plasmid harboring the Tn1721 transposone and tetA gene, which provides reduced susceptibility to tetracyclines.
Behal, A mathematical model of kinetics of biosynthesis of tetracyclines in Applied Microbial Biotechnology, Vol.
This enabling chemistry technology dramatically expands the chemical diversity of tetracyclines and is highly versatile, providing compounds with possibilities for IV and oral dosing routes and activity against multiple drug-resistant strains.
2004), even 70-90% (Halling-Sorensen 2000; Jjemba 2002), of tetracyclines administered to animals are excreted via urine or faeces in the active form.
Efficacy of tetracyclines in the treatment of acne vulgaris: a review
announced today that the two companies have entered into an exclusive license agreement for the development and commercialization of novel, narrow-spectrum tetracyclines for the treatment of acne and rosacea.
3) The mechanism by which tetracyclines induce hypoglycemia is not clear.
For instance, Michael Kuhne of the Hannover School of Veterinary Medicine in Germany and his colleagues have studied the longevity of tetracyclines in liquid manure, a slurry of urine and feces.
Although there may be good alternatives to Cipro, including tetracyclines and penicillin-derivatives, Cipro is often the first drug of choice because it is effective against all strains of anthrax.
YOU'VE got yellow teeth because your mum had to take tetracyclines, a group of antibiotics, for an infection while she was carrying you.
Presentations Include Phase 2 Data on Lead Agent Eravacycline (TP-434) as well as Laboratory Evaluations of TP-271 and Novel 8-Heterocycle Substituted Tetracyclines -