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Kinetics and mechanisms of drug action on microorganisms XXII: Effects of aminosidine with and without organism pretreatment with bacteriostatic agents

Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Dec 1, 1975

E R Garrett, J K Lewis

PMID: 1509

Abstract

Escherichia coli generation in the logarithmic growth phase was inhibited in peptone broth USP at pH 7.0 without kill below 3.0 mug/ml of aminosidine. Above this value, the logarithms of the number of viables of the drug-treated culture ultimately decreased linearly with time and the sl...read more

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Tetracycline Antibiotics
Microorganism
Antibiotic Resistance, Microbial
Tetracyclines
Alkalescens-Dispar Group
Novobiocin
Drug Interactions
Drug Effect Disorder
Organism
Escherichia coli
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Kinetics and mechanisms of drug action on microorganisms XXII: Effects of aminosidine with and without organism pretreatment with bacteriostatic agents

Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Dec 1, 1975

E R Garrett, J K Lewis

PMID: 1509

DOI:

Abstract

Escherichia coli generation in the logarithmic growth phase was inhibited in peptone broth USP at pH 7.0 without kill below 3.0 mug/ml of aminosidine. Above this value, the logarithms of the number of viables of the drug-treated culture ultimately decreased linearly with time and the sl...read more

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Novobiocin
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Escherichia coli

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