sideromycin

sideromycin

 [sid″er-o-mi´sin]
any of a class of antibiotics that are synthesized by certain actinomycetes and inhibit bacterial growth by interfering with iron uptake.

sideromycin

/sid·ero·my·cin/ (-mi´sin) any of a class of antibiotics, synthesized by certain actinomycetes, that inhibit bacterial growth by interfering with iron uptake.
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Sideromics' Siderocillin, is a first-in-class antibiotic within the Sideromycin group.