Sulfamethazine


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Sulfamethazine

 

an antibacterial agent from the sulfanilamide group used in powders and pills for the treatment of various infectious diseases.

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Samples with extremely high content of antibiotics (camel muscle (n = 5) with high content of sulfamethazine) were further exposed to heat treatment (boiling, pan-frying and electric grilling) in order to investigate the effect of heat treatments on sulfamethazine residues.
Ma, "Ultraviolet (UV) light-activated persulfate oxidation of sulfamethazine in water," Chemical Engineering Journal, vol.
Yu, "Roles of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) in the migration and removal of sulfamethazine in activated sludge system," Water Research, vol.
Phytotoxicity of sulfamethazine soil pollutant to six legume plant species.
Sometimes, chlortetracycline and oxytetracycline are mixed with other antibiotics, such as neomycin and sulfamethazine, to maintain weight gains and feed efficiency for cattle under stress conditions (4).
To look at how long-term antibiotic exposure affects soil bacteria populations, Topp and his team treated plots of soil at an experimental farm in Canada with a mixture of three veterinary antibiotics: sulfamethazine, tylosin, and chlortetracycline, which are commonly fed to pigs and other kinds of livestock.
(28) The suggested daily dose of sulfamethazine is 50-65 mg per pigeon, which is given orally for either 3 days, followed by a 2-3 day break and a subsequent 2-3 day treatment period, or daily for 5 days.
The toxicity of sulfamethazine to Daphnia magna and its additivity to other veterinary sulfonamides and trimethoprim.
The C and N contents of the products were determined on a LECO CNS 2000 combustion analyser (Leco (Australia)) set at 1350[degrees]C and calibrated with sulfamethazine.
The drug residues found by FSIS included antibiotics such as sulfamethazine, sulfathiazole, sulfadimethoxine, and penicillin at levels not permitted by FDA.
The finding is in agreement with our earlier studies that show L 1210 cells did not acetylate sulfamethazine (data not shown).