In our environment, where malaria is endemic, unregulated use of all antimicrobial agents is common and sulphonamide
-containing anti-malarials are the preferred drug to treat malaria infection, it is possible that the effect of sulphonamide
antibodies on hematological disorders (which varies with geographical location) may be different in our setting.
Winterbourn, "Simultaneous determination of reduced glutathione, glutathione disulphide and glutathione sulphonamide
in cells and physiological fluids by isotope dilution liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry," Journal of Chromatography B: Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences, vol.
All of the highly pathogenic strains were resistant to at least one antimicrobial belonging to the beta-lactam and sulphonamides
classes; however, the sensitivity was 100% regarding nitrofurans.
residues in muscle of pigs slaughtered in the Northwest of Mexico.
Antibiotic categories were penicillins, cephalosporins, macrolides, sulphonamide
Serological analyses can be performed on thousands of samples within 24 hours, like the coming RnAssay[TM] product, Sulfo Plex[TM], for the detection of residues of sulphonamide
antibiotics in meat, milk, plasma and serum.
The honey, made by Natural Choice, comes in glass jars with a gold, screw-top lid, and has been found to contain chloramphenicol and sulphonamide
25 (a) N-cyclohexyl-2-benzothiazyl sulphonamide
, as an accelerator.
In the discussion of the discovery of sulphonamide
drugs, the relevant background knowledge is the thought that dyes capable of staining textiles might also have useful therapeutic properties (p.
Penicillin and sulphonamide
are the two commonest culprits.
Q I'M a singer and was given a sulphonamide
drug for a throat infection.
Increased oxidative stress of the red cell membrane due to sulphonamide
antibodies results in what?