Some aspects of the problem of regenerating solvents in antibiotics manufacture

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They were added to MPB containing the Preparation and a culture of St. aureus in a proportion of 1-2%, i.e., in the amounts in which they are usually present in ointments. Out of these 16 substances studied, five sharply reduced the antimicrobial activity of arenarin or even inactivated it completely (Tween-80, Esilon-4 and Esilon-5, Aerosil, and sodium… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00780834

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@article{Torgovanova2004SomeAO, title={Some aspects of the problem of regenerating solvents in antibiotics manufacture}, author={T. V. Torgovanova and S. A. Zhukovskaya and N. I. Gel'perin}, journal={Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal}, year={2004}, volume={11}, pages={694-698} }