kitasamycin

kitasamycin

a macrolide antibiotic, produced by Streptomyces kitasatoensis, with activity similar to erythromycin. Called also leucomycin.
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The patient was subsequently diagnosed as DL by pathology examination and was treated with kitasamycin and supportive measures.
19% of an antibiotic mixture which provided 150 ppm chlortetracycline, 80 ppm colistin sulfate and 50 ppm kitasamycin (positive control, PC).
2) Antibiotic provided the following per kg of feed: Chlortetracycline, 150 mg; Colistin sulfate, 80 mg; Kitasamycin 50 mg.
Leucomycin (Leucomag 30% PR), former known as Kitasamycin, produced by Streptomyces kitasatoensis (VEZINA et al.
Biosynthesis of kitasamycin (Leucomonycin) by Leucine analog-resistant mutants of Streptomyces kitasatoensis.
In 2000, the Council of Agriculture in Taiwan prohibited the use of several antimicrobial agents (such as avoparcin, kanamycin, kitasamycin, lasalocid, spiramycin, salinomycin, and streptomycin), which had been widely used as growth promoters or prophylactic agents in animal husbandry in Taiwan during the past 2 to 3 decades, because they may select for critical forms of resistance in human pathogens in food-producing animals (54).
Pigs were fed a control diet or diets supplemented with antibiotics (100 ppm colistin sulfate, 50 ppm Kitasamycin plus 60 ppm Olaquindox), 0.
Dietary treatments including control diets, diets supplemented with antibiotics (100 ppm colistin sulfate, 50 ppm Kitasamycin plus 60 ppm Olaquindox), 0.