tylosin


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tylosin

(tī′lə-sĭn′)
n.
An antibiotic, C46H77NO17, obtained from the actinomycete Streptomyces fradiae and used to treat respiratory infections in animals.

tylosin

an antibiotic produced by cultures of Streptomyces fradiae, with a structure similar to erythromycin. It is effective against gram-positive bacteria generally and especially those susceptible to members of the macrolide group.
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1 [micro]g/mL of tylosin exhibited strain-dependent variations in the pliage induction (Figure 2).
Taken together, the researchers say the more pronounced effects of tylosin on weight gain and microbiome disruption are especially worrisome, given the increasing popularity of macrolide antibiotic prescriptions for children.
Effect of rotating monensin plus tylosin and lasalocid on performance, ruminal fermentation and site and extent of digestion in feedlot cattle.
Our strain was susceptible to lincomycin, clindamycin, erythromycin, tylosin, tetracycline, penicillin, neomycin, oxacillin, gentamicin, trimethoprim sulphonamides, ceftiofur, and amoxicillin clavulanic acid but was resistant to enrofloxacin.
Tylosin (Tylan) or metronidazole (Flagyl) are the most commonly prescribed antibiotics, and they are usually given for 30 days.
Tylosin, a review of pharmacokinetics, residues in food animals and analytical methods.
Ives E, Titgemeyer EC, Nagaraja TG, Del Barrio A, Bindel DJ, Hollis LC (2002) Effects of virginiamycin and monensin plus tylosin on ruminal protein metabolism in steers fed corn-based finishing diets with or without wet corn gluten feed.
They found that all three antibiotics tested--chlortetracycline, tylosin, and monensin--dissipated more rapidly under the high-intensity management conditions.
The best basis for antibiotic choice is culture and sensitivity results; however, ceftiofur, oxytetracycline, and tylosin have been effective.
This chapter concludes with discussion on tylosin as an example to investigate if evaluations are possible based on published data in the absence of data from sponsors.
2004), which is in accordance with changes in the microbial community structure after tylosin addition (Westergaard et al.
A EUROPEAN Union (EU) funded research project has developed tests for growth promoters banned in the EU, such as avoparcin, spiramycin, tylosin, virginiamycin and zinc bacitracin.