PS 5

Known as: 1-azabicyclo(3.2.0)hept-2-ene-2-carboxylic acid, 3-((2-(acetylamino)ethyl)thio)-6-ethyl-7-oxo-, monosodium salt, PS-5 
 
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1978-2017
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2010
2010
Carbapenems are a clinically important antibiotic family. More than 50 naturally occurring carbapenam/ems are known and are… (More)
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2006
2006
Inhibition of Proteus vulgaris B-lactamase by a new B-lactam antibiotic, PS-5 was studied kinetically. There were two stages of… (More)
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1999
1999
Tracheotomy is widely performed on ventilator-dependent patients, but its effects on respiratory mechanics have not been studied… (More)
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1987
1987
The lithium enolates of ethyl butyrate and ethyl isovalerate react with N-p-methoxyphenylcinnamaldimine in tetrahydrofuran (THF… (More)
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1984
1984
The in vitro synergism of PS-5 combined with various penicillins and cephalosporins in antimicrobial activity was examined in… (More)
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1982
1982
A factor responsible for the in vivo metabolism of PS-5 was isolated from the microsomal fraction of the rat kidney. This factor… (More)
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1982
1982
After injection into mice and dogs, PS-5 showed a very rapid decrease in its blood concentration, compared with cefazolin. Using… (More)
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1981
1981
Inactivation of a beta-lactamase of Streptomyces cacaoi by clavulanic acid and PS-5 was investigated and compared with that of a… (More)
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1980
1980
Biological properties of two new beta-lactam antibiotics, PS-6 and PS-7, containing the carbapenem nucleus were studied. The in… (More)
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1979
1979
PS-5, a new beta-lactam antibiotic, has relatively potent antimicrobial activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria… (More)
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