macrolide


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mac·ro·lide

 (măk′rō-līd)
n.
A class of antibiotics that are produced by certain actinomycetes of the genus Streptomyces, are characterized by a large lactone ring linked to one or more sugars, and act by inhibiting protein synthesis.

[German Makrolid : makro-, macro- + L(acton), lactone + -id, -ide.]

macrolide

(ˈmækrəˌlaɪd)
n
any of a class of antibiotic drugs derived from streptomycetes
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