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Terramycin

 [ter´ah-mi″sin]
trademark for preparations of oxytetracycline, a broad-spectrum antibiotic.

Terramycin

(tĕr′ə-mī′sĭn)
A trademark for the drug oxytetracycline.

Terramycin

A now historic brand name for the tetracycline antibiotic OXYTETRACYCLINE. The drug is now prescribed in its generic form as oxytetracycline.
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Figure 3 shows the score plot with the clustering of milk samples: control (GEN1, GEN2, GEN3), contaminated with 100 [micro]g/L of enrofloxacin (EN100.1, EN100.2, EN100.3), contaminated with 100 [micro]g/L of terramycin (TE100.1, TE100.2, TE100.3), and contaminated with 4 [micro]g/L of penicillin (PE4.1, PE4.2, PE4.3).
I was lucky enough to see him deliver a talk in the 1970s where he described the solution to the thorny puzzle of Terramycin. He had determined its structure before crystallography confirmed it, winning the bet with Pauling.
Later, Dad would tell a freelance writer that he'd given the boy more terramycin ointment, bought him another bus ticket to Mizda, and told him to try again.
Treating honeybees with antibiotics such as Terramycin
Animals in half of the tanks were fed the proprietary medicated diet (The Abalone Farm, Inc.) with 9% Terramycin (TM- 100, Pfizer Inc.) (1.625% OTC) at a rate of 90.82 mg OTC/kg abalone body weight daily for 20 days, whereas control abalone were fed flesh kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) and dulse (Palmaria mollis) to satiation.
In the 1950s, we saw the emergence of Orinase (tolbutamide), Terramycin (oxytetracycline), Chlor-Trimeton (chlorpheniramine), Cortone (cortisone acetate), and Transderm-Nitro (nitrogylcerin), to name a few life-saving advances.
Since the 1950s, the only treatment approved for use in the United States to prevent AFB has been the antibiotic oxytetracycline (OTC), sold under the brand name "Terramycin." But there have been several reports over the past few years of loss of effectiveness of OTC.
Antibiotics such as terramycin, erythromycin and oxytetracyclin are also used heavily to prevent shrimp diseases.
Oxytetracycline ointment (Terramycin, Zoetis, Inc, Kalamazoo, MI, USA) was applied on the incision site, and the wing was wrapped with a figure-of-8 bandage.