glycopeptides


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glycopeptides

[-pep′tīdz]
a class of peptides that contain sugars linked with amino acids, as in bacterial cell walls.
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The various classes of antibacterial drug included in this report are beta-lactams, macrolides, aminoglycosides, phenicols, quinolones, folate antagonists, tetracyclines, and other miscellaneous agents, which include glycopeptides, nitroimidazoles, lincosamides, lipopeptides, nicotinic acid derivatives, and polypeptide antibiotics.
Many of these MRSA isolates are becoming multidrug resistant and are susceptible only to glycopeptides antibiotics such as vancomycin & teicoplanin.
The subcommissural organ is involved in the secretion of glycopeptides and is located below the posterior commissure at the level of the cerebral aqueduct, just anterior to the pineal gland.
Initial treatment with glycopeptides was more frequent in patients in whom complicated bacteremia developed (82.
The system also has two new data-dependent neutral-loss analysis modes that provide enhanced data quality for analysis of phosphopeptides and glycopeptides.
In numerous previous studies, the ginseng glycopeptides (GGP) from the roots of Panax ginseng had hypoglycemic activity on both normal and hyperglycemic animals.
In addition, it is transposon mediated and transferable, and confers resistance to other glycopeptides.
In addition, pronase-prepared glycopeptides of ovomucin have demonstrated anti-tumor effects in a double-grafted tumor system in mice.
Eskeland of Norway developed the patented extraction method of YTE that allows highly specific amino acids and glycopeptides to be isolated.
Emergence of high-level resistance to glycopeptides in Enterococcus gallinarum and Enterococcus casseliflavus.
Specificity of twelve lectins towards oligosaccharides and glycopeptides related to N-glycosylproteins.
Pneumonia caused by oxacillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus treated with glycopeptides.