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.
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In the present study, two macrolides, namely erythromycin and tylosin, were screened for their residues in the examined animal edible tissues.
This research aims to address this issue by assessing the capabilities of UV-Vis spectrophotometer and impedance analyzer to detect the presence, type, and concentration of lincomycin and tylosin in water in real time.
Monensin, tylosin, chlortetracycline, oxytetracycline, neomycin, and sulfamethazine were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
"If a bacterium becomes resistant to tylosin, it also becomes resistant to erythromycin," explains Price.
Effect of monensin and monensin and tylosin combination on feed intake variation of feedlot steers.Journal of Animal Science, 73(1), 39-44.
Overall, the mice received three short courses of amoxicillin (a broad-spectrum antibiotic), tylosin (which isn't used in children but represents another common antibiotic class called the macrolides, which is increasingly popular in pediatrics), or a mixture of both drugs.
67% of the macrolide tylosin, which is approved for use in beef
"Finishing Swine Performance and Response to Tylosin." Journal of Animal Science 37: 286.
Fructose (Scharlau, Spain) 0.2% wt/vol; glycerol (Riedel-deHaen, Germany) 7% v/v; egg yolk 20% v/v and antibiotics viz; gentamycin sulphate (Reckitt Benckiser, Pakistan) 500 ug/ml, tylosin tartrate (VMD, Belgium) 100 ug/ml, lincomycin hydrochloride (Pharmacia and Upjohn, Belgium) 300 ug/ml, and spectinomycin hydrochloride (Pharmacia and Upjohn, Belgium) 600 ug/ml) were added to the extender.
In Brazil eleven antimicrobials are authorized as growth promoters in turkey feed (virginiamycin, avilamycin, enramycin, bacitracin methylene disalicylate, zinc bacitracin, colistin, chlorhexidine, lincomycin, flavomycin, halquinol, and tylosin) [45].