thienamycin


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thi·en·a·my·cin

(thī'en-ă-mī'sin),
The first member of a family of des-thia-carbapenem nucleus antibiotics having a thioethylamine side chain on the enamine portion of the fused 5-membered ring.

thienamycin

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for 8 days, cefepime (Maxipim) 1g + amikacin (Amiklin) 500 mg for 9 days and thienamycin (Tienam) 500 mg flacon i.
Imipenem (N-formimidiyl thienamycin), a carbapenem, is a semisynthetic derivative of thienamycin produced by Streptomyces cattleya.
where from 1988 to 1992 he worked on the biosynthetic pathways of lovastatin and thienamycin, as well as the directed evolution of an industrial enzyme.