monensin


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mo·nen·sin

 (mō-nĕn′sĭn)
n.
A broad-spectrum antibiotic, C36H62O11, obtained from the actinomycete Streptomyces cinnamonensis and used chiefly as an additive to beef cattle feed.

[New Latin (cinna)mōnēns(is), species name (from Latin cinnamon, cinnamōmum, cinnamon; see cinnamon) + -in.]
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1]) Dry matter 574 Organic matter 541 Crude protein 149 Mineral matter 42 Neutral detergent fiber corrected for ash and protein 250 Acid detergent fiber 101 Non-fibrous carbohydrates 517 Ether extract 38 Total digestible nutrients * 744 Composition per kg: calcium 180 g, phosphorus 20 g, iodine 25 mg, magnesium 17 g, manganese 840 mg, monensin 833 mg, selenium 7 mg, sodium 86 g, virginiamycin 500 mg, cobalt 25 mg, copper 420 mg, iron 490 mg, vitamin A 83, 200 IU, vitamin D3 10,400 IU, vitamin E 242 IU, zinc 2,000 mg.
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