bleomycin

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ble·o·my·cin

 (blē′ə-mī′sĭn)
n.
Any of a class of antibiotics isolated from the bacterium Streptomyces verticillus, used usually in sulfate form in combination with other drugs to treat certain kinds of cancer.

[Alteration of phleomycin, a related antibiotic : phleo-, of unknown meaning + -mycin.]
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bleomycin

(ˌbliːəʊˈmaɪsɪn)
n
(Pharmacology) a glycopeptide antibiotic drug used in the treatment of cancer and Hodgkin's Disease
[C20: from bleo- unknown + -mycin]
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Translations
bléomycine

bleomycin

n bleomicina
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References in periodicals archive ?
The bleomycin sulphate formulation used was Blenoxane (Bristol-Myers Squibb, Bedfordview, South Africa), which is a mixture of glycopeptides containing approximately 69% bleomycin [A.sub.2] and 29% bleomycin [B.sub.2].
Rosen injected 0.1 cc Blenoxane, which consists of 60% Neomycin [A.sub.2], 30% bleomycin [B.sub.2], and 10% other bleomycins.
Rosen injected 0.1 cc Blenoxane, which consists of 60% bleomycin [A.sub.2], 30% bleomycin [B.sub.2], and 10% other bleomycins.