Aureomycin Inactivation By Pathogenic Bacteria

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faciens inhibited sensitive organisms in soil (15). bacteria in culture media (30). Thesesubstances A streptomycin producing strain and a non-whenisolated from the soil have both bacterio-producingmutantofS. griseus depressed thede- static and bacteriocidal effect upon certain velopmentofBacillussubtilis (16). Penicillin had bacteria.


strains of various pathogenic bacteria has been widely noted in recent years. It is well established that aany bacterial species may shova increased resistance when ac-climated to sublethal doses of various antibiotics in vitro. Contact of bacteria with these drugs undoubtedly occurs aerially in regions where antibiotics are fre-

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mycelia appears to cause the inactivation of the antibiotic. The antibiotic showed antimicrobial activity against both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. Then Waksman intentionally employed Mycobacterium tuberculosis as a test organism in seeking anti-tuberculosis drugs and found streptomycin and many antibiotics with antibacterial,

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tivity Disc) cultures have been found to be sensitive to penicillin, aureomycin, chioromycetin, terramycin, magnamycin, neomycin, and erythromycin. They have shown a moderate sensitivity to bacitracin and a slight sensitivity to dihydro-streptomycin and viomycin. 7. Although all of the media described in this study indicate a whole blood

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substance active against different bacteria, rickettsias and viral pathogens. He named the substance Aureomycin, publishing his results in 1948(1) and patenting them in 1949. (2) In 1950, researcher from Pfizer also obtained a patent for the fermentation and the production of a similar substance, called Terramycin. The structure of both molecules

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Enzymatic inactivation of tetracycline: The only example described to date for inactivation of tetracycline due to enzymatic modification is the product of the tet(X) gene (Speer et al. 1991). The gene was discovered as part of two closely related Bacteroides spp. transposons and has not been found outside the genus Bacteroides.

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pathogenic bacteria. With the introduction of Aureomycin in 1949 as a growth 1997) or the inactivation of different molecules of

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7-Chlortetracycline Chlortetracycline Aureomycin 1948 Marketed Oral 5-Hydroxytetracycline Oxytetracycline Terramycin 1948 Marketed Oral and parenteral Tetracycline Tetracycline Achromycin 1953 Marketed Oral 6-Demethyl-7-chlortetracycline Demethylchlortetracycline Declomycin 1957 Marketed Oral

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against food pathogenic and spoilage bacteria seems to be avail-able (Davidson & Taylor, 2007). Atthe moment, it hasbeenpointedout that therange ingrowth or inactivation characteristics of bacteria can vary significantly between species and, even, among strains within the same species, and that judgements on the safety of food processes should