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An antibiotic, C46H77NO17, obtained from the actinomycete Streptomyces fradiae and used to treat respiratory infections in animals.

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a broad spectrum antibiotic, used in livestock to fight infections or as an anti-inflammatory
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and stunted diatom growth when exposed to tylosin, an antibiotic used in
Stx phages were induced by monensin, tylosin, chlortetracycline, oxytetracycline, and ciprofloxacin.
If a bacterium becomes resistant to tylosin, it also becomes resistant to erythromycin," explains Price.
The new study found that short, high-dose pulses of tylosin had the most pronounced and long-lasting effect on weight gain, while amoxicillin had the biggest effect on bone growth--a prerequisite for increased height.
Treatment comprised of Ceftriaxone with Tazobactum (Intacef Tazo (a), 5mg/kg), Tylosin tartrate (Tysin (c) 10mg/kg BID) and Flunixin meglumine (Unizif (a), 2mg/kg) intramuscularly for five days.
feed, often in combination with antibiotics such as Tylosin and
Growth Performance of Pigs Fed Diets with and without Tylosin Phosphate Supplementation and Reared in a Biosecure All-in All-out Housing System.
2% wt/vol; glycerol (Riedel-deHaen, Germany) 7% v/v; egg yolk 20% v/v and antibiotics viz; gentamycin sulphate (Reckitt Benckiser, Pakistan) 500 ug/ml, tylosin tartrate (VMD, Belgium) 100 ug/ml, lincomycin hydrochloride (Pharmacia and Upjohn, Belgium) 300 ug/ml, and spectinomycin hydrochloride (Pharmacia and Upjohn, Belgium) 600 ug/ml) were added to the extender.
Effects of daily and weekly rotations of lasalocid and monensin plus tylosin compared with continuous feeding of each ionophore on daily dry matter intake and digesta kinetics.