glycopeptide


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glycopeptide

[‚glī·kō′pep‚tīd]
(biochemistry)
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The glycopeptide qualitative analysis module in SimGlycan employs powerful algorithms to obtain critical information for understanding therapeutics of new biomolecules," said Kay Brown, V.
This modified procedure markedly improved glycopeptide recovery to >90%.
These geographic differences might be due to the use of the glycopeptide (avoparcin) as growth promoter in animal feeds (licensed since 1975) in some European countries.
We added Clostridium difficile and glycopeptide resistant enterococci to the mandatory surveillance system to help the NHS establish the scale of the problem, and provide information to help improve infection control.
VanD type glycopeptide resistant Enterococcus faccium BM4339.
DeVries and his colleagues, for example, have looked at the way ice crystals in an antifreeze glycopeptide solution scatter light.
for injection is a second generation, semi-synthetic lipoglycopeptide, which consists of a lipophilic side-chain added to an enhanced glycopeptide backbone.
Glycopeptide Pipeline by Company, Indication & Phase 11.
aureus to environmental stimuli; mechanisms of ss-lactam and glycopeptide resistance in S.
Although this kind of glycopeptide does occur, and it has been characterized previously in sera of patients with congenital disorders of glycosylation (29), its occurrence in CSF asialotransferrin still needs further investigation.
Oritavancin is a semisynthetic glycopeptide with bactericidal activity against almost all gram-positive pathogens, including methicillin , vancomyein-, and linezolid-resistant S.
Vancomycin is a glycopeptide antibiotic that has been used for the treatment of infections due to gram-positive microorganisms since 1956 (1).