azomycin

azomycin

[ā·zō′mis·ən]
(microbiology)
C3H3O2N3 An antimicrobial antibiotic produced by a strain of Nocardia mesenterica.
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Significant consideration was given to additional, sarcomatous-like systemic chemotherapy, with either azomycin, ifosfamide or gemcitabine; however, the patient's poor clinical status and compromised liver status limited this option.