Actidione

Actidione

[‚ak·tə′dī‚ōn]
(microbiology)
Trade name for the antibiotic cyclohexamide.
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Samples suspicted of containing superficial mycosis such as skin samples were cultivated in SDA that included actidione (0.
sup][21] The authors conclude that glucocorticoids have nongenomic effects in airway smooth muscle cells because the application of RU486, the selective glucocorticoid receptors antagonist, and actidione, the blocker of protein synthesis, did not affect the spasmolytic effect of glucocorticoids.
A progressive increase in the total yeast count (from WLN medium), a stable number of wild yeasts resistant to actidione (from WLD medium) and a low number of non-Saccharomyces (from Lysine Agar) demonstrated that the number of Saccharomyces increased considerably with the addition of sugar cane juice (Figure 1).
API ID32 C strips have 30 coupules containing different carbohydrates and one containing actidione (cycloheximide).
Identification: Species identification of yeast isolates was done by standard procedures including morphology, germ tube test, cornmeal agar test (Hi-Media, Mumbai, India), triphenyl tetrazolium chloride reduction (Hi-Media Mumbai, India), assimilation of various sugars, and growth in presence of actidione (5,6).
Hiking around with a spray tank of oil and actidione on my back seemed pretty simple.
The remaining material was inoculated liberally on duplicate slants of Sabouraud dextrose agar with Chloramphenicol and Actidione (Pal, 2007).
On Sabouraud dextrose agar with Chloramphenicol and Actidione, white to grey coloured, small, compact and heaped colonies grew.