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gentamicin

[¦jent·ə¦mīs·ən]
(microbiology)
A broad-spectrum antibiotic produced by a species of Micromonospora.
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The derivatized gentamicin was eluted with 5 mL of acetonitrile by gravity into the tube holding the cartridge.
In addition, the antimicrobial activity of the individual components was equal to that of the reference gentamicin mixture.
Gentamicin is a very polar, hydrophilic drug that is soluble only in water and is slightly soluble in methanol.
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.
Intratympanic gentamicin therapy for Meniere's disease: preliminary comparison of two regimens.
Efficacy of increased gentamicin concentration for intratympanic injection therapy in Meniere's disease.
Continous gentamicin therapy using an IntraEar microcatheter for Meniere's disease: a retrospective study.
Intratympanic gentamicin for control of vertigo in Meniere's disease: vestibular signs that specify completion of therapy.
The effect of intratympanic methylprednisolone and gentamicin injection on Meniere's Disease.