candicidin

candicidin

 [kan″dĭ-si´din]
an antifungal agent derived from Streptomyces griseus, used principally to treat candidal vaginitis.
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can·di·ci·din

(kan'di-sī'din),
A fungistatic and fungicidal polyene antibiotic agent derived from a soil actinomycete similar to Streptomyces griseus; used to treat vaginal candidiasis.
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candicidin

(kăn″dĭ-sī′dĭn)
An antibiotic produced by certain species of Streptomyces.
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The main antifungal agents used in cultures of planktonic organisms in the period between 1940 and 2016 included nystatin (51%), cycloheximide (30%), amphotericin-B (14%) and candicidin (5%) (Fig.
has observed that candicidin [5], gramicidin S [6] and cephalosporin [7] are subject to phosphate inhibition.
Demain, Control by phosphate of candicidin production in : Biochemistry Biophysics Research Communication, Vol.
15234 13426 OVERGORGED 15234 13462 TINOKTOKAN (13) 15234 13642 NASCENCIES (ospd) 15234 16342 CANDICIDIN (st) 15234 61342 UNDERCURED