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Comparative Activity of Sisomicin, Gentamicin, Kanamycin, and Tobramycin
Gentamicin, sisomicin, tobramycin, and kanamycin were compared in parallel tests in vitro and in vivo against a variety of bacterial strains and species. A number of differences were seen in vitro,Expand
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A virulent nosocomial Klebsiella with a transferable R factor for gentamicin: emergence and suppression.
In February, 1970, at the District of Columbia General Hospital, there occurred a sudden outbreak of serious infections caused by gentamicin-resistant strains of gram-negative rods. All of 19Expand
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Antibiotic 6640, a new Micromonospora-produced aminoglycoside antibiotic.
Antibiotic 6640 is a new aminoglycoside antibiotic isolated from fermentation broths of a new species of the genus Micromonospora, named Micromonospora inyoensis. It has been differentiated fromExpand
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Animals Parasitic in Man.
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Recent microbiological studies with gentamicin.
The clinically available form of gentamicin is a mixture of 3 components, namely, gentamicins d, da, and C2 [1, 2]. The chemical structure of the components was studied recently at ScheringExpand
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Antibiotic 6640 has an in vitro spectrum similar to gentamicin with a potency equal to or twice that of gentamicin, particularly against Pseudomonas. Antibiotic 6640 is more active at an alkaline pHExpand
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Chemotherapeutic evaluation of clotrimazole (Bay b 5097, 1 (o-chloro- - -diphenylbenzyl) imidazole).
Clotrimazole has a broad spectrum of activity against yeast and filamentous fungi in vitro and also in vivo when given orally or parenterally to experimentally infected mice and when administeredExpand
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Microbiologic studies related to bacterial resistance to gentamicin.
Recently published reports of in-vitro, tube-dilution tests of bacterial sensitivity to gentamicin show little change since 1968 in the percentage of sensitive strains. The Bauer-Kirby procedure wasExpand
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Physiological disposition of antimony after administration of 124Sb-labelled tartar emetic to rats, mice and monkeys, and the effects of tris (p-aminophenyl) Carbonium pamoate on this distribution.
Tris (p-aminophenyl) carbonium (TAC) salts and certain antimonials have been shown to be more effective together against Schistosoma mansoni in mice than would be expected from the simple addition ofExpand
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