oxazolidinone

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oxazolidinone

 [ok″sah-zo-lid´ĭ-nōn]
any of a class of synthetic antibacterial agents effective against gram-positive organisms.

ox·a·zo·li·di·none

(oks-ā'zō-lĭ-dĭ-nōn),
Member of a class of antibiotics that works by inhibiting protein synthesis.

oxazolidinone

/oxa·zo·li·din·one/ (ok″sah-zo-lid´ĭ-nōn) any of a class of synthetic antibacterial agents effective against gram-positive organisms.

oxazolidinone

[ok′säzo-lid′ĭ-nōn]
any of a class of synthetic antibacterial agents effective against gram-positive organisms.
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4), (5) Various intermediates have been isolated, and they include the products of structural rearrangement of the imino esters into 2-oxazolidones and guanyl ureas, (6), (7) The reactivity of DICY can be influenced by the presence of solvent, the formation of a zinc complex with zinc, and the presence of proton-donating entities.