PMID: 504333Jul 1, 1979

The antibacterial activity of some substituted cysteine sulphonamides and peptides containing cysteine sulphonamide

Die Pharmazie
L Maneva GolovinskyE

Abstract

The authors investigated the antibacterial activity of some cysteine sulphonamides substituted in the sulphonamide group as well as that of some peptides containing cysteine sulphonamide. They found that the antibacterial activity of these compounds was in part considerably stronger than that of cysteine sulphonamide.

Related Concepts

Antibiotics
Cysteine Hydrochloride
Drug Interactions
Fungus Drug Sensitivity Tests
Polypeptides
Sulfonamides
Cysteine
Peptides
Anti-Bacterial Agents
Bactericidal Activity

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