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al·bu·ter·ol

 (ăl-byo͞o′tə-rôl′)
n.
A beta-adrenergic drug, C13H21NO3, used in the form of its sulfate as a bronchodilator primarily to treat asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Also called salbutamol.

[al(pha) + blend of but(yl) and -terol (ultimately shortening of (ar)terenol, norepinephrine hydrochloride, originally a trademark).]

albuterol

(ælˈbjuːtəˌrɒl)
n
a bronchodilator used by sufferers of asthma, emphysema, and other lung conditions, to treat symptoms such as wheezing or shortness of breath
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Noun1.albuterol - a bronchodilator (trade names Ventolin or Proventil) used for asthma and emphysema and other lung conditionsalbuterol - a bronchodilator (trade names Ventolin or Proventil) used for asthma and emphysema and other lung conditions; available in oral or inhalant forms; side effects are tachycardia and shakiness
bronchodilator - a drug that relaxes and dilates the bronchial passageways and improves the passages of air into the lungs
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albuterol

n salbutamol m, albuterol m
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11 2 0 Serratia marcescens 20 7 2 Other gram-negative bacilli Alcaligenes spp.
Among those biodegradable polymers, PHAs are produced by a variety of bacteria, such as Ralstonia eutropha, Alcaligenes latus, Azolohacter vinelandii, and pseudomonads, under a condition of nutrient deficiencies and excess carbon source [1-3].
Enterobacter gergoviae Aeromonas hydrophila Alcaligenes faecalis Provencia rettgeri Serratia marcescans Halomonas venusta Gram Positive Bacteria Enterococcus avium Enterococcus casseiiflavus Microbacterium paraoxydans Bacillus subtilis/spp Yeast Candida xestobii Rhodotorula mucilaginosa Cryptococcus saitoi Cryptococcus magnus Rhodosporidium kratochvilovae TABLE 4.
Alcaligenes and members of the family Enterobacteriaceae were isolated from all the samples while Moraxella and Micrococcus were isolated from only one sample.
Genus Cipro Eryth Tetra 1 Acinetobacter + - + 2 Alcaligenes + - - 3 Burkholderia + - - 4 Campylobacter + + + 5 Chryseobacterium + - - 6 Citrobacter + - + 7 Clostridium - + + 8 Enterobacter + - + 9 Enterococcus + + + 10 Escherichia + - + 11 Hafnia + - + 12 Klebsiella + - + 13 kluyvera + - + 14 Legionella + + - 15 listeria + - + 16 Morganella + - + 17 Pasteurella + + + 18 Profeus + - + 19 Providencia + - - 20 Pseudomonas + - + 21 Raouitella + - + 22 Salmonella + - + 23 Serratia + _ + 24 Staphylococcus + + + 25 Stenotrophomonas + - + 26 Streptococcus + + + 27 Yersinia + - + Abbreviations: Cipro, ciprofloxacin; Eryth, erythromycin; Tetra, tetracycline.
The common species belong to the genus Pseudomonas, Flavobacterium and Alcaligenes, as well as some members of the Coliform groups [4, 12].
Bacteriocin from the isolate DM15 inhibit the growth of other food spoilage microorganism such as Staphylococcus epidermis, Alcaligenes feacalis, Staphylococcous aureus, Enterobacter aerogenes, and Bacillus cereus.
1977), Pseudomonas fluorescens (Migula 1895), Pseudomonas putida (Trevisan 1889), Pseudomonas alcaligenes (Monias 1928), Chromobacterium violaceum (Bergonzini 1880), Chryseobacterium meningosepticum (King 1959), Comamonas testosteroni (Marcus and Talalay 1956), Burkholderia cepacia (Palleroni and Holmes 1981), Ralstonia pickettii (Ralston et al.