chloromycetin


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chloromycetin

[‚klȯr·ō‚mī′sēt·ən]
(microbiology)
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He also worked on the synthesis of Chloromycetin, organic chemical processes, lithium chemistry, and sulphur chemistry.
and European pharmaceutical firms routinely told working or vacationing employees to collect soil samples and plants from around the world and bring them back for analysis and drug discovery Chloromycetin, for example, still the standard treatment for typhus, was discovered in a Venezuelan compost heap in 1944.
7) Detroit's Parke, Davis went on from its nineteenth-century beginnings to develop such important drugs as Dilantin in 1938 and Chloromycetin in 1949; although in 1970 it became a division of the New Jersey-based pharmaceutical giant, Warner-Lambert, it continues to be a significant element in the economies of the several Michigan cities where its plants are located.
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