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gentamicin

[¦jent·ə¦mīs·ən]
(microbiology)
A broad-spectrum antibiotic produced by a species of Micromonospora.
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Once versus thrice daily gentamicin in patients with serious infections.
Nephrotoxicity of the constituents of the gentamicin complex.
Gentamicin does not possess a chromophore in its structure and must be derivatized to enable ultraviolet detection.
Our results show that FDNB-derivatized gentamicin components produce different detector responses.
It must be emphasized that the gentamicin content in commercial calibration materials is given as the antimicrobial potency of an unknown mixture of at least three components.