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Multiple genes coding for efflux pumps involved in chloramphenicol resistance were present in all strains. Polymyxin B monotherapy at all concentrations produced rapid bacterial killing followed by rapid regrowth with the emergence of polymyxin resistance; chloramphenicol monotherapy was largely ineffective. Combination therapy significantly delayed regrowth, with synergy observed in 25 out of 28 cases at both 6 and 24 h; at 24 h, no viable bacterial cells were detected in 15 out of 28 cases with various combinations across all strains. No polymyxin-resistant bacteria were detected with combination therapy. These results were supported by pharmacodynamic modelling. SEM revealed significant morphological changes following treatment with polymyxin B both alone and in combination.

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First, pre-extraction and extraction procedures were optimized. With this standardized procedure, a 143 mould strains reference spectra library was built. Then, the mould isolates cultured from sequential clinical samples were prospectively subjected to this MALDI-TOF MS based-identification assay. MALDI-TOF MS-based identification was considered correct if it was concordant with the phenotypic identification; otherwise, the gold standard was DNA sequence comparison-based identification.

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Stenotrophomonas maltophilia is an opportunistic emergent pathogen causing hospital-acquired infections. It is resistant to majority of the broad spectrum antibiotics due to several mechanisms which significantly limit the treatment options. Although the relationship between integrons, mobile genetic elements which play role in transferring resistance genes, and the antibiotic resistance in different gram-negative bacteria have been investigated, the data are limited in Turkey especially for S.maltophilia. The aims of this study were to detect the presence of different classes of integrons and plasmids in clinical isolates of S.maltophilia and to investigate the antibiotic resistance profiles of those isolates. One hundred S.maltophilia strains isolated from various clinical samples (32 sputum, 25 tracheal aspirates, 9 urine and blood, 7 exudates and catheters, 4 sterile body fluids and wounds, 2 CSF, 1 conjunctiva) in our microbiology laboratory during January 2011-September 2012, were included in the study. The isolates were identified by VITEK2 Compact (BioMerieux, France) or Phoenix 100 (BD, USA) automatized systems, and the susceptibilities of the strains to levofloxacin, chloramphenicol, ceftazidime and trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazol (SXT) were evaluated via broth microdilution method according to the CLSI recommendations. Class 1 (intI-1), class 2 (intI-2), class 3 (intI-3) integron gene cassettes and integron 5'-3' conserved gene regions (intI-5'-3'CS) were investigated by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) using specific primers in all of the strains. Nucleotide sequence analysis of PCR products was performed in case of positive result, and the presence and size of plasmids were further investigated. The susceptibility rates of S.maltophilia strains to ceftazidime, chloramphenicol, SXT and levofloxacin were found as 24%, 66%, 93% and 95%, respectively, while MIC(50) and MIC(90) values were 64-128 µg/ml, 8-16 µg/ml, 1/19-2/38 µg/ml and 1-2 µg/ml, respectively. In PCR amplification with intI-1, intI-2 and intI-3 primers, 12%, 2% and 10% of the isolates yielded expectative bands, respectively. DNA sequence analysis of the amplified products revealed five isolates to harbour intI-1 gene, while intI class 2 and class 3 genes were not detected in any of the strains. Furthermore in PCR amplification with intI-5'CS and 3'CS primers, 20% of the strains yielded expected bands. Sequence analysis of these amplicons revealed the presence of quaternary ammonium compound resistance protein genes (qacL) in two, aminoglycoside adenyltransferase gene (aadA) in one and integron-associated recombination site (attI1) genes in five strains. Additionally, the presence of plasmids have been detected in 9 (9%) of the strains, however all of them was integron-negative. The sizes of plasmids were 2340, 1350, 2760, 18600, 20000, 3570-2540, 2510 and 5000-2540 base pairs, respectively. When the antibiotic susceptibility patterns of strains were compared with the presence of intI gene regions, no statistically significant relationship was observed (p> 0.05). In conclusion, the demonstration of integron class 1 genes and plasmids among clinical S.maltophilia strains is regarded as a warning data to indicate the potential for spread of those resistant strains in our hospital.

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To identify proteins that can bind the 3' untranslated region (UTR) of hepatitis C virus (HCV) we screened human cDNA libraries using the Saccharomyces cerevisiae three-hybrid system. Screening with an RNA sequence derived from the 3'-terminal 98 nucleotides (3'X region) of an infectious clone of HCV (H77c) yielded clones of human ribosomal proteins L22, L3, S3, and mL3, a mitochondrial homologue of L3. We performed preliminary characterization of the binding between the 3'X region and these proteins by a three-hybrid mating assay using mutant 3'X sequences. We have further characterized the interaction between 3'X and L22, since this protein is known to be associated with two small Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-encoded RNA species (EBERs) which are abundantly produced in cells latently infected with EBV. The EBERs, which have similar predicted secondary structure to the HCV 3'X, assemble into ribonucleoprotein particles that include L22 and La protein. To confirm that L22 binds HCV 3'X we performed in vitro binding assays using recombinant L22 (expressed as a glutathione S-transferase [GST] fusion protein) together with a 3'X riboprobe. The 3'X region binds to the GST-L22 fusion protein (but not to GST alone), and this interaction is subject to competition with unlabeled 3'X RNA. To establish the functional role played by L22 in internal ribosome entry site (IRES)-mediated translation of HCV sequences we performed translational analysis in HuH-7 cells using monocistronic and bicistronic reporter constructs. The relative amount of core-chloramphenicol acetyltransferase reporter protein translated under the control of the HCV IRES was stimulated in the presence of L22 and La when these proteins were supplied in trans.

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The concordant results of PFGE and coag-RFLP demonstrated the presence of a persistent MRSA clone in the hospital during the study period.

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The equine herpesvirus 1 (EHV-1) immediate-early (IE) phosphoprotein is essential for the activation of transcription from viral early and late promoters and regulates transcription from its own promoter. The IE protein of 1487 amino acids contains a serine-rich tract (SRT) between residues 181 and 220. Deletion of the SRT decreased transactivation activity of the IE protein. Previous results from investigation of the ICP4 protein, the IE homolog of herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1), revealed that a domain containing a serine-rich tract interacts with EAP (Epstein-Barr virus-encoded small nuclear RNA-associated protein), a 15-kDa nucleolar-ribosomal protein (R. Leopardi, and B. Roizman, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93, 4572-4576, 1996). DNA binding assays revealed that (i) glutathione S-transferase (GST)-EAP disrupted the binding of HSV-1 ICP4 to its cognate DNA in a dose-dependent manner, (ii) GST-EAP interacted with the EHV-1 IE protein, but did not disrupt its binding to its cognate site in viral DNA. GST-pulldown assays indicated that the SRT of the IE protein is required for physical interaction with EAP. The IE protein and EAP colocalized in the cytoplasm of the infected equine ETCC cells at late times of the infection cycle. This latter finding may be important in EHV-1 gene regulation since late viral gene expression is greatly influenced by the EICP0 trans-activator protein whose function is antagonized by the IE protein.

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Of the 84 Shigella isolates, 54 were Shigella flexneri and 20 were Shigella dysenteriae type 1. High rates of resistance were observed against ampicillin, chloramphenicol, and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole; 6% of the S. flexneri isolates were resistant to nalidixic acid.

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To determine the bacteriological profile of common aetiologic agents of neonatal septicaemia and their antibiotics sensitivity pattern.

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Aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) ligands such as 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) or benzo(a)pyrene interfere with hormonal regulatory pathways, leading to endocrine disruption. Notably, the activated AhR exerts complex effects on estrogens and retinoids at both levels of their metabolism and regulation of cognate genes. Our current investigation of these AhR effects revealed the TCDD-dependent activation of a subset of retinoid-dependent genes (tissue-transglutaminase, IGF binding protein-3, AhR) in MCF-7 breast cancer cells. A collection of in vitro hormone-dependent reporter gene models showed that AhR activation by TCDD stimulated transactivation by several class I heteromeric receptors (retinoic and thyroid hormone receptors) while it antagonized homodimeric nuclear receptors (estrogen and progesterone receptors, ER and PR). TCDD exerted a dose-dependent effect on a retinoic acid-dependent reporter gene expressed in MCF-7 cells. AhR was shown to be involved in a mutual antagonism with RARalpha corepressor SMRT (silencing mediator of retinoid and thyroid receptors). This, and the documented physical interaction between AhR and SMRT suggested that SMRT sequestration by AhR might activate RARalpha in the absence of ligand. Immunocytochemical studies of AhR and SMRT strongly suggested they colocalized in nuclear bodies during this sequestration. Concurring with this interpretation, we observed an interaction in vitro between AhR and the PML protein, the core component of nuclear bodies. This ability of AhR to elicit spurious activation of retinoid receptors expands the scope of AhR ligands influence beyond ER antagonism and specific Dioxin-responsive genes. Unknown AhR endogenous ligands may also elicit gene transactivation by class I receptors, while being inactive on classic xenobiotic-responsive genes.

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Safety and probiotic characteristics such as antimicrobial activities of three Lactobacillus rhamnosus strains, FSMM15, FSMM22 and FSMM26, previously isolated as potential probiotics from fermented mare's milk were investigated. The three FSMM strains were susceptible to ampicillin, gentamycin, kanamycin, streptomycin, tetracycline and chloramphenicol, whereas they were resistant to erythromycin (minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) = 4-8 µg/mL) and clindamycin (MIC = 4 µg/mL); bioconversion of bile salts, hemolytic activity and mucin degradation activity were negative; enzymatic activities of α-chymotrypsin and β-glucosidase were detected, but those of α-galactosidase, β-glucuronidase and N-acetyl-β-glucosaminidase, were undetectable. Among the strains, strain FSMM15 was chosen as a safer probiotic candidate due mainly to the lack of plasminogen binding ability. Despite lower acid production of strain FSMM15 than others, its cell-free culture supernatant inhibited growths of Salmonella Typhimurium LT-2, Shigella sonnei, Listeria monocytogenes, and Escherichia coli O157 with comparable levels of ampicillin, suggesting a favorable aspect of strain FSMM15 as a probiotic strain.

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Sixty Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (App) strains from pigs in Taiwan were examined. Serotyping revealed that these belonged to serovars 1 (n=53), 2 (n=3), and 5 (n=4). Agar disk diffusion susceptibility testing of the isolates showed 55 (92%) were resistant to three or more antimicrobial agents. Six resistance patterns were observed. Ampicillin-chloramphenicol-flumequine-nalidixic acid-streptomycin-sulfonamide/trimethoprim-tetracycline was the most common multi-resistance pattern. Minimal inhibitory concentration of 14 antimicrobial agents was determined. The isolates were highly susceptible to ceftiofur and trimethoprim in vitro. Isolates were resistant to streptomycin, ampicillin, and nalidixic acid. All isolates were examined for the presence of plasmids using the alkaline lysis method. Forty three (72%) isolates had four plasmid bands with an approximate sizes of 3.5, 4.3, 5.8 and 6.0 kb; 12 (20%) had three bands at 3.5, 4.3 and 5.2 kb, and 5 (8%) had no plasmid bands. Antimicrobial resistance plasmids were detected in resistant strains of App. Three antimicrobial resistance plasmids were transformed into E. coli DH5 alpha. pTMY1 (4.3 kb) encoded a streptomycin kinase and a dihydropteroate synthase; pTMY2 (6.0 kb) encoded ROB-1 beta-lactamase and aminoglycoside 3'-phosphotransferase; pTMY3 (5.2 kb) encoded only ROB-1 beta-lactamase. The 4.3 kb plasmid was sequenced and consisted of 4242 bp with 42.9% GC content. The 4.3 kb plasmid DNA sequence was 98% homologous to a plasmid previously isolated from Pasteurella haemolytica.

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We previously demonstrated that infection of cultured cells with murine coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus (MHV) resulted in activation of the mitogen-activated protein kinase (Raf/MEK/ERK) signal transduction pathway (Y. Cai et al., Virology 355:152-163, 2006). Here we show that inhibition of the Raf/MEK/ERK signaling pathway by the MEK inhibitor UO126 significantly impaired MHV progeny production (a reduction of 95 to 99% in virus titer), which correlated with the phosphorylation status of ERK1/2. Moreover, knockdown of MEK1/2 and ERK1/2 by small interfering RNAs suppressed MHV replication. The inhibitory effect of UO126 on MHV production appeared to be a general phenomenon since the effect was consistently observed in all six different MHV strains and in three different cell types tested; it was likely exerted at the postentry steps of the virus life cycle because the virus titers were similarly inhibited from infected cells treated at 1 h prior to, during, or after infection. Furthermore, the treatment did not affect the virus entry, as revealed by the virus internalization assay. Metabolic labeling and reporter gene assays demonstrated that translation of cellular and viral mRNAs appeared unaffected by UO126 treatment. However, synthesis of viral genomic and subgenomic RNAs was severely suppressed by UO126 treatment, as demonstrated by a reduced incorporation of [3H]uridine and a decrease in chloramphenicol acetyltransferase (CAT) activity in a defective-interfering RNA-CAT reporter assay. These findings indicate that the Raf/MEK/ERK signaling pathway is involved in MHV RNA synthesis.

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To investigate the potential of double-stranded RNA interferencing with gene expression in Dunaliella salina, a plasmid pBIRNAI-Dsa was constructed to express hairpin RNA (hpRNA) containing sequences homologous to phytoene desaturase gene (pds), a key gene in carotenoid biosynthesis, and transformed into D. salina by electroporation. The relative transcription level of pds in pBIRNAI-Dsa-treated cells to nontreated cells was quantitated and the gene silencing efficiency by RNAi was evaluated via real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The transcriptions of pds of the pBIRNAI-Dsa-treated group changed compared to those of the control group, and the 2(-delta deltaC)(T) was lowest on the 7th day, corresponding to 0.281265-fold of the relative pds control transcript; a relatively strong gene inhibition effect was therefore deduced. The transcript of pds may be modulated in a wide range, and a reduced transcription even to 28% of the normal level may be tolerated for its survival. This study shows that dsRNA-mediated genetic interference can induce sequence-specific inhibition of gene expression and pBIRNAI-Dsa can be used for transient suppression of gene expression in D. salina. The aim of this study was to exploit dsRNA-mediated gene silencing and to provide a foundation for gene function research in D. salina.

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MSMEG_0220 from Mycobacterium smegmatis, the ortholog of the Rv0183 gene from M. tuberculosis, recently identified and characterized as encoding a monoacylglycerol lipase, was cloned and expressed in Escherichia coli. The recombinant protein (rMSMEG_0220), which exhibits 68% amino acid sequence identity with Rv0183, showed the same substrate specificity and similar patterns of pH-dependent activity and stability as the M. tuberculosis enzyme. rMSMEG_0220 was found to hydrolyze long-chain monoacylglycerol with a specific activity of 143 +/- 6 U mg(-1). Like Rv0183 in M. tuberculosis, MSMEG_0220 was found to be located in the cell wall. To assess the in vivo role of the homologous proteins, an MSMEG_0220 disrupted mutant of M. smegmatis (MsDelta0220) was produced. An intriguing change in the colony morphology and in the cell interaction, which were partly restored in the complemented mutant containing either an active (ComMsDelta0220) or an inactive (ComMsDelta0220S111A) enzyme, was observed. Growth studies performed in media supplemented with monoolein showed that the ability of both MsDelta0220 and ComMsDelta0220S111A to grow in the presence of this lipid was impaired. Moreover, studies of the antimicrobial susceptibility of the MsDelta0220 strain showed that this mutant is more sensitive to rifampin and more resistant to isoniazid than the wild-type strain, pointing to a critical structural role of this enzyme in mycobacterial physiology, in addition to its function in the hydrolysis of exogenous lipids.

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The antibiotic resistance pattern and plasmid profiles were studied for a total of 89 Escherichia coli (E. coli) isolates recovered from faecal specimens of children hospitalized with diarrhoea in Rahma hospital for children, Irbid-Jordan. Twenty-four of these were identified as diarrhoeagenic E. coli by the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) procedure. Seventy-one E. coli isolates showed a multiple resistance pattern (to 10 antibiotics) and 13 isolates were susceptible to all antibiotics tested. All the 89 isolates were sensitive to nalidixic acid. Plasmid content and profile studies showed that the 76 E. coli drug resistant isolates (including 6 and 12 isolates that showed single resistance to tetracycline and ampicillin respectively) carried plasmids ranging from 54.0 kb to 1.5 kb in size. The number of plasmids in each of these isolates ranged from one to six of different sizes. All the E. coli isolates contained a common plasmid with a molecular weight of 25.0 kb which proved to confer resistance to ampicillin, kanamycin, tetracycline, and possibly chloramphenicol.

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The chloramphenical acetyltransferase (CAT) reporter gene or DTA gene was linked to the 5' upstream region of the AFP gene. The plasmids were transfected into AFP-producing or non-producing cells by the lipopolyamine-coated DNA method. Expression of CAT activity and effects on cell growth of transfected cells were assessed.

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The oxazolidinone antibiotic linezolid targets the peptidyl transferase center (PTC) on the bacterial ribosome. Thirteen single and four double 23S rRNA mutations were introduced into a Mycobacterium smegmatis strain with a single rRNA operon. Converting bacterial base identity by single mutations at positions 2032, 2453, and 2499 to human cytosolic base identity did not confer significantly reduced susceptibility to linezolid. The largest decrease in linezolid susceptibility for any of the introduced single mutations was observed with the G2576U mutation at a position that is 7.9 Å from linezolid. Smaller decreases were observed with the A2503G, U2504G, and G2505A mutations at nucleotides proximal to linezolid, showing that the degree of resistance conferred is not simply inversely proportional to the nucleotide-drug distance. The double mutations G2032A-C2499A, G2032A-U2504G, C2055A-U2504G, and C2055A-A2572U had remarkable synergistic effects on linezolid resistance relative to the effects of the corresponding single mutations. This study emphasizes that effects of rRNA mutations at the PTC are organism dependent. Moreover, the data show a nonpredictable cross-resistance pattern between linezolid, chloramphenicol, clindamycin, and valnemulin. The data underscore the significance of mutations at distal nucleotides, either alone or in combination with other mutated nucleotides, in contributing to linezolid resistance.

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The antibiotic chloramphenicol produces modifications in 23S rRNA when bound to ribosomes from the bacterium Escherichia coli and the archaeon Halobacterium halobium and irradiated with 365 nm light. The modifications map to nucleotides m(5)U747 and C2611/C2612, in domains II and V, respectively, of E.coli 23S rRNA and G2084 (2058 in E.coli numbering) in domain V of H.halobium 23S rRNA. The modification sites overlap with a portion of the macrolide binding site and cluster at the entrance to the peptide exit tunnel. The data correlate with the recently reported chloramphenicol binding site on an archaeal ribosome and suggest that a similar binding site is present on the E.coli ribosome.

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A null mutation in the mexS gene of Pseudomonas aeruginosa yielded an increased level of expression of a 3-gene operon containing a gene, xenB, whose product is highly homologous to a xenobiotic reductase in Pseudomonas fluorescens shown previously to remove nitro groups from trinitrotoluene and nitroglycerin (D. S. Blehert, B. G. Fox, and G. H. Chambliss, J. Bacteriol. 181:6254, 1999). This expression, which paralleled an increase in mexEF-oprN expression in the same mutant, was, like mexEF-oprN, dependent on the MexT LysR family positive regulator previously implicated in mexEF-oprN expression. As nitration is a well-known result of nitrosative stress, a role for xenB (and the coregulated mexEF-oprN) in a nitrosative stress response was hypothesized and tested. Using s-nitrosoglutathione (GSNO) as a source of nitrosative stress, the expression of xenB and mexEF-oprN was shown to be GSNO inducible, although in the case of xenB, this was seen only for a mutant lacking MexEF-OprN. In both instances, this GSNO-inducible expression was dependent upon MexT. Chloramphenicol, a nitroaromatic antimicrobial that is a substrate for MexEF-OprN, was shown to induce mexEF-oprN but not xenB, again dependent upon the MexT regulator, possibly because it resembles a nitrosated nitrosative stress product accommodated by MexEF-OprN.

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In this study, we investigated reductive degradation of nitroaromatic antibiotic chloramphenicol to non-effective antibacterial amine product in fed-batch biocatalyzed electrolysis systems (BES) (applied voltage was 0.5 V) under low temperature (12 +/- 2 degrees C). The ohm resistance of the whole BES reactor increased when the phosphate buffer solution concentrations decreased. Efficiencies (ErCAP) of chloramphenicol reduction with biocathode (PBS, 25 mmol/L) in presence of glucose was (86.3 +/- 1.69)% within 24 h and sludge fermentation liquor was (74.1 +/-1.44)% within 24 h. While the ErCAP of abiotic cathode under the same condition was only (57.9 +/- 1.94)% within 24 h. It suggested that biocathode could be a promising technology for reductive biodegradation of nitroaromatic antibiotics-containing wastewater in areas with relatively low annual mean temperature.

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Twenty-one E. faecalis isolates, from canals of root filled teeth with persisting periapical lesions, were tested for their antibiotic susceptibilities. The following antibiotics were used: benzylpenicillin, amoxicillin, amoxicillin-clavulanic acid, erythromycin, azithromycin, vancomycin, chloramphenicol, tetracycline, doxycycline, ciprofloxacin and moxifloxacin. Minimal inhibitory concentrations (MICs) for the antimicrobial agents were determined using the E-test System (AB BIODISK, Solna, Sweden), and the E. faecalis strains classified as susceptible or resistant according to the guidelines of National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS). The strains were also tested for beta-lactamase production with nitrocefin (Oxoid, Basingstoke, UK).

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A total of 3,205 group A streptoccal isolates were collected in 1997 through a private laboratory which serves community physicians in southern Ontario and which represents a population base of 6 million people. Nonsusceptibility to erythromycin was detected for 67 (2.1%) isolates both by disk diffusion and by broth microdilution. Of these, 47 (70%) were susceptible to clindamycin and were found by PCR to possess the mef gene. Of the other 20 strains, 18 and 2 showed inducible and constitutive resistance, respectively, to clindamycin. Nineteen of these strains were shown by PCR to possess the ermTR gene, and a single constitutively resistant strain harbored an ermB gene. Sixteen (24%) erythromycin-resistant strains were also resistant to tetracycline. All were susceptible to penicillin and chloramphenicol.

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A method to achieve the insertion of genetic material into the chromosome of Escherichia coli is described. The method is based on the use of integration vectors from the pBRINTs-rAnbR family. These vectors offer the choice of using the antibiotics chloramphenicol, gentamycin, or kanamycin to select for chromosomal integration events. In addition, it is possible to eliminate these chromosomal antibiotic resistance markers, after integration has taken place. The overall insertion strategy is as follows: a fragment containing the gene(s) to be integrated in the chromosome is inserted into the multiple cloning site of a pBRINTs-rAnbR vector and the resulting plasmid is used to transform E. coli cells. The plasmid is first allowed to replicate in the cell at the permissive temperature of 30 degrees C. Next, the temperature of the culture is raised to 44 degrees C to inhibit plasmid replication and to select for the integrants in the presence of the appropriate antibiotic. Chromosomal excision of the AnbR gene can then be catalyzed by the Cre recombinase that is transiently expressed in the cell from the temperature-sensitive pJW168 plasmid. This plasmid is finally eliminated from the cells by increasing the temperature of the culture to 44 degrees C.

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A total of 118 S. maltophilia strains buy chloromycetin isolated from various clinical specimens between January 2006 and June 2012 were included in the study. BD Phoenixautomated microbiology system (Becton Dickinson, USA) was utilized for species level identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing.

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A stability-indicating high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method was developed for the analysis of florfenicol in presence of its two available identified degradation products (thiamphenicol and chlorfenicol). The drug was subjected to different International Conference On Harmonisation (ICH) prescribed stress conditions (hydrolysis, oxidation and photolysis). The products formed under different stress conditions were investigated by liquid chromatography (LC) and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS). The LC method involved a Knauwer Eurospher C18 thermostated column buy chloromycetin at 25°C; and ammonium acetate buffer 6.49mM (pH adjusted to 4.5)-methanol (70:30 v/v) as mobile phase. The flow rate and detection wavelength were 1ml/min and 225nm respectively. The drug showed instability under acidic, alkaline and photolytic stress conditions mainly in solution state form; however, it remains stable in solid state form and under oxidative stress conditions. The developed method was validated for linearity, precision, accuracy and specificity. The degradation products were characterized by LC-MS. Through the mass/ionization (m/z) values and fragmentation patterns, two principal degradation products listed in bibliography have been shown: the florfenicol amine and thiamphenicol. Based on the results, a more complete degradation pathway of the drug could be proposed.

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Fifty-eight clinical Salmonella typhi strains isolated from patients suspected of suffering from typhoid fever were obtained at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital and the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, both located in Ghana, Africa. Each isolate was buy chloromycetin examined for susceptibility to ampicillin, chloramphenicol, streptomycin, tetracycline, and trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole by the disk diffusion assay. Five of the isolates were resistant to all five antibiotics while 10 isolates were resistant to ampicillin, chloramphenicol, and trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole, which are considered 'first line' antibiotics in the treatment of typhoid fever. Thirty-four isolates were resistant to at least one of the antibiotics tested and 62% of these isolates possessed conjugable plasmids belonging to incompatibility group IncHI. Ninety percent of the conjugable plasmids conferred a multiple drug-resistant phenotype on the strains harboring them. Additionally, 14 strains contained plasmids that were transformable and six of them encoded multiple drug resistance. Our findings indicate that multiple drug resistance to the 'first line' antibiotics in S. typhi may be more prevalent in Africa than previously thought.

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The common serotypes responsible for significant infections were similar to those reported in some other studies from India, with minor variations. Resistance to cotrimoxazole and tetracycline was predominant followed by chloramphenicol. Low level resistance to penicillin was observed but no isolate had absolute resistance. This calls for monitoring of resistance and mapping of serotype distribution buy chloromycetin from various parts of India.

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Cronobacter sakazakii (formerly Enterobacter sakazakii) is an opportunistic pathogen that causes meningitis, sepsis, and necrotizing enterocolitis buy chloromycetin in neonates and infants through consumption of contaminated milk-based foods. In this study, the prevalence of C. sakazakii in 705 retail milk-based infant and baby food samples was investigated in 12 cities in Shaanxi, China, in 2010 and 2012. One hundred and nineteen samples (16.9%) were C. sakazakii positive. The isolates were further characterized for antimicrobial susceptibility to 14 antibiotics, pulsed-field gel electrophoresis profiles, and presence of the virulence genes. Samples of brand W, Y, A, and G in 2010 and 2012 were C. sakazakii positive. All isolates recovered in 2010 and 2012 were susceptible to levofloxacin and cefoperazone. In 2012, no isolate was resistant to gentamicin, cefoxitin, chloramphenicol, gatifloxacin, ciprofloxacin, and ceftriaxone. Antibiotic resistance of the isolates was most commonly found to rifampicin, amoxicillin-clavulanic acid, streptomycin, tetracycline, and ampicillin in both 2010 and 2012, except to trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole in 2012. Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis profiles indicated that C. sakazakii isolates were genotypically diverse, although these isolates were prevalent in infant and baby foods with the same brand. A total of 34 virulence gene profiles of the C. sakazakii isolates in 2010 and 2012 were detected. Isolates that co-carried hly-ompX-eitCBAD-iucABCD/iutA genes in 2012 were significantly (p < 0.05) more prevalent than those in 2010. The results added new epidemiological evidence for the widespread occurrence of C. sakazakii in retail milk-based infant and baby foods and this should be an indicator of potential health risk for consumers.

chloromycetin capsule 2016-06-11

Left lungs were harvested and infused via the pulmonary artery with chloramphenicol acetyl-transferase (CAT)-DNA/lipid 67 (cationic lipid)/dioleoylphosphatidylethanolamine complex (4:1:2 in a final concentration ratio). Donor lungs were allocated into six groups according to lipid 67 concentration: group 1, 0 microM (control); group 2, 10 microM; group 3, 50 microM; group 4, 100 microM; group 5, 250 microM; group 6, 500 microM. Forty-eight hours after orthotopic transplantation, the recipient contralateral right main pulmonary artery and bronchus were ligated. The buy chloromycetin graft was ventilated with 100% oxygen for 5 min. Arterial blood gas analysis (PaO2, PaCO2), peak airway pressure (PAP), and CAT activity of the grafts were measured.

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The biogenesis of biological membranes hinges on the coordinated trafficking of membrane lipids between distinct cellular compartments. The bacterial outer membrane enzyme PagP confers resistance to host immune defenses by transferring a palmitate chain from a phospholipid to the lipid A ( buy chloromycetin endotoxin) component of lipopolysaccharide. PagP is an eight-stranded antiparallel beta-barrel, preceded by an N-terminal amphipathic alpha-helix. The active site is localized inside the beta-barrel and is aligned with the lipopolysaccharide-containing outer leaflet, but the phospholipid substrates are normally restricted to the inner leaflet of the asymmetric outer membrane. We examined the possibility that PagP activity in vivo depends on the aberrant migration of phospholipids into the outer leaflet. We find that brief addition to Escherichia coli cultures of millimolar EDTA, which is reported to replace a fraction of lipopolysaccharide with phospholipids, rapidly induces palmitoylation of lipid A. Although expression of the E. coli pagP gene is induced during Mg2+ limitation by the phoPQ two-component signal transduction pathway, EDTA-induced lipid A palmitoylation occurs more rapidly than pagP induction and is independent of de novo protein synthesis. EDTA-induced lipid A palmitoylation requires functional MsbA, an essential ATP-binding cassette transporter needed for lipid transport to the outer membrane. A potential role for the PagP alpha-helix in phospholipid translocation to the outer leaflet was excluded by showing that alpha-helix deletions are active in vivo. Neither EDTA nor Mg(2+)-EDTA stimulate PagP activity in vitro. These findings suggest that PagP remains dormant in outer membranes until Mg2+ limitation promotes the migration of phospholipids into the outer leaflet.

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The data suggest that invasive HI disease causes considerable morbidity and buy chloromycetin mortality in Kelantanese children.

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Three thousand four hundred forty-one patients from infancy to adulthood with pneumonia, meningitis or suspected bacterial sepsis buy chloromycetin .

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Of 70 patients, 57.1% were males. The mean age was 1.92 yrs (mean 3.19 +/- 3.66 yrs, range 1 month to 19.5 yrs); 52.9% and 81.4% were < 2 yrs and < 5 yrs, respectively. The strains were isolated from blood (91.4%), CSF (2.9%), pleural (2.9%), peritoneal (1.4%) and abscess (1.4%) fluids from patients with pneumonia (77.1%), fever without localizing signs (10.0%), meningitis (4.3%), others (8.6%). Resistance was detected to penicillin (20.0%), trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (65.7%), tetracycline (21.4%), ofloxacin (6.3%), erythromycin (5.7%), clindamycin (2.9%). All tested strains were susceptible to chloramphenicol and vancomycin. Among penicillin-resistant strains, buy chloromycetin high resistance was detected in one, the same that showed intermediate resistance to cefotaxime. The most frequent serotypes were: 14 (22.9%), 5 and 6A (10.0% each), 6B and 19F (8.6% each), 9V, 18C and 23F (5.7% each). Resistance to penicillin was detected in serotypes 14 (71.4%), 6B and 19F (14.3% each).

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The most effective antibiotics against K.pneumoniae strains were Colistin, Chloramphenicol and Tigecycline; against P.aeruginosa were Fosfomycin and Polymyxins and against A.baumannii were Polymyxins, Ampicillin/sulbactam and Minocycline. Overall, 66, 31 and 40 different resistotypes were observed among K.pneumoniae, A.baumannii and P.aeruginosa strains, respectively. The blaNDM-1 gene was detected in 28 (8.5%) strains of investigated bacteria. Sensitivity and specificity of Meropenem-EDTA Combined buy chloromycetin Disk Test, Meropenem-Dipicolinic acid Combined Disk Test and modified hodge test (MHT) methods for NDM detection were 96.43, 55.15; 96.43, 54.85; and 89.29, 35.15 respectively. Additionally, in spite of low positive predictive values (PPV) of these tests, their negative predictive values (NPV) were high. ERIC-PCR results revealed 2 main clusters in NDM positive P.aeruginosa and A.baumannii strains each and 10 main clusters in K.pneumoniae. In all NDM-positive strains maximum MIC rates (>256) were observed for all beta-lactam antibiotics.

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To determine the role and pattern of non-dermatophyte moulds as buy chloromycetin causative agents of onychomycosis.

chloromycetin antibiotic capsule 2017-05-30

Our results illustrated gram-positive bacteria have an important role in dacryocystitis which is confirm previous studies. Although our results indicated chloramphenicol is the best choice for treatment process, but it is notable due to the variety of bacteria which can cause this disease, identification of bacterial buy chloromycetin contamination can be a great help to choose the best treatment process.

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To clarify the function of the hydrophilic carboxyl-terminal tail of human erythrocyte membrane band 3 protein (HEM-B3), we purified two peptides, C1 (Ala893-Val911) and KS4 (Gly647-Arg656), buy chloromycetin from human erythrocyte band 3 protein preparations. Purified C1 peptides at concentrations from 5 to 80 microM were incubated with fresh human erythrocyte white ghosts. The C1 peptide demonstrated a novel protease activity, which cleaved glycophorin A (GPA) at Leu118-Ser119 in a dose-dependent manner. This activity was eliminated by trypsin. In a control experiment, the KS4 peptide did not cleave GPA under the same conditions. To help substantiate that the band 3 C-terminal tail peptide (C1) alone possesses the protease activity, two experiments were performed. First, the plasmids pGBKT(7)-GPA-Ct and pGADT(7)-AE1-Ct were cotransformed into the yeast strain AH109. The pGBKT(7)-GPA-Ct plasmid contains the cDNA of the 33 amino acid residue section of GPA (Tyr93-Asn125) fused with the pGBKT(7) vector. The plasmid pGADT(7)-AE1-Ct contains the cDNA of the C-terminal 33 amino acid residues of HEM-B3 fused with the GAL4 DNA-binding domain in the pGADT(7) vector. The results of the cotransformation experiment indicated that the C-terminal 33 amino acid residues of HEM-B3 interacted directly with the GPA C-terminal segment defined above. Second, we used a mammalian two-hybrid analysis to confirm the interaction relationship between the band 3 C-terminal segment and the GPA C-terminus. The C-terminus of GPA and the C-terminal 33 amino acid residues of HEM-B3 were subcloned into the DNA-binding domain and transcription activation domain vectors of the two-hybrid system, respectively. They were then cotransfected along with a chloramphenicol acetyltransferse (CAT) reporter vector into HeLa cells. The CAT activity measured in this experiment also indicated that there was interaction between the C-terminal 33 amino acid residues of HEM-B3 and the C-terminus of GPA.

chloromycetin drug 2015-08-09

We report an outbreak of acute diarrhoea due to Aeromonas sobria in Benghazi which occurred during a 1-month Flagyl Drug Class period in 1997. Of 69 patients admitted with acute gastroenteritis, 28 were positive for A. sobria based on the production of gas from glucose, the production of acetoin, hydrogen sulfide and lysine decarboxylase and on aesculin hydrolysis and fermentation of arabinose and salicin. The strains were sensitive to chloramphenicol, co-trimoxazole, tetracycline and gentamicin but resistant to ampicillin and carbenicillin. We were unable to trace the source of the infection.

chloromycetin gel 2017-02-26

The present study establishes a database concerning the natural susceptibility of recently established Enterobacter species to a wide range of antibiotics, which can be applied for the validation of routine susceptibility test results. beta-Lactam susceptibility patterns indicate the expression of species-specific beta-lactamases expressed at high or low levels in all the species except E Mobic Inflammatory Medicine . sakazakii.

chloromycetin medicine 2016-08-30

The minisatellite DNA polymorphism consisting of a variable number of tandem repeats (VNTR) at the human INS (insulin gene) 5'-flanking region has demonstrated allelic effects on insulin gene transcription in vitro and has been associated with the level of insulin gene expression in vivo. We now show that this Atarax Medicine Itching VNTR also has effects on the nearby insulin-like growth factor II gene (IGF2) in human placenta in vivo and in the HepG2 hepatoma cell line in vitro. We show that higher steady-state IGF2 mRNA levels are associated with shorter alleles (class I) than the longer class III alleles in term placentae. In vitro, reporter gene activity was greater from reporter gene constructs with IGF2 promoter 3 in the presence of class I alleles than from those with class III. Taken together with the documented transcriptional effects on the insulin gene, we propose that the VNTR may act as a long range control element affecting the expression of both INS and IGF2. The localization of a type 1 diabetes susceptibility locus (IDDM2) to the VNTR itself suggests that either or both of these genes may be involved in the biologic effects of IDDM2.

chloromycetin capsules 500mg 2017-11-02

Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is one of the commonest illnesses in ENT practice which requires medical attention all the more in children of poor socio-economic status having in past inadequate treatment and negligent medical care. The present study was Zithromax 250mg Capsules conducted to find out the various aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms associated with CSOM in paediatric and adult cases and their current antimicrobial susceptibility pattern as a guide to therapy. Samples were collected from 109 clinically diagnosed cases of CSOM and processed according to standard protocols. Out of 74 paediatric CSOM cases, 72 (97.2%) were bacterial culture positive while out of 35 adult CSOM cases, 28 (80%) were culture positive. Bilateral CSOM was slightly more common in adults (25%) than paediatric (21.4%) age group. Polymicrobial nature of CSOM was noted in both paediatric (70.8%) and adult (71.4%) cases while number of organisms isolated per lesion was slightly higher in adults (2.5) as compared to paediatric (1.95) cases. In paediatric CSOM, Staphylococcus aureus was the commonest aerobic isolate while in adult CSOM, Pseudomonas aeruginosa was the commonest one. Among anaerobes Peptostreptococcus spp. was commonest in CSOM where as Prevotella melaninogenica in adult CSOM. Sensitivity of S. aureus to cefuroxime was 72.2% while that of gram negative bacilli was higher to cefotaxime (90 to 100%). Among anaerobes higher sensitivity was seen to metronidazole (98.6%), clindamycin (95.7%) and chloramphenicol (98.6%). In view of the polymicrobial etiology of CSOM, prompt appropriate antimicrobial therapy can effectively reverse the disease process thereby preventing longterm sequelae.

chloromycetin tab 250 2016-05-01

As group B streptococci (GBS) prevalence varies from place to place and this organism is responsible for serious infections in newborns such as septicaemia and meningitis, the present study was carried out to find the prevalence of GBS in pregnant women and their neonates. From June 1998 to April 1999 a total of 317 pregnant women and their neonates were examined for GBS. GBS colonization rate was 2.52% and 1.26% in pregnant women and their neonates respectively. Four sites - viz. throat, external ears, external nares and stump of umbilicus from neonates were found to be equally colonized by GBS immediately after birth and at the time of discharge from hospital, except the umbilicus which was not swabbed at the time of discharge. None of the neonates developed GBS related sepsis. Selective broth medium (SBM) was found to be a superior transport method over Stuart transport medium and filter paper method. All the isolates were sensitive to Ampicillin, Erythromycin, Penicillin followed by Chloramphenicol 66.6% (12/18). All the strains were resistant to Gentamicin, followed by Tetracycline 94.4% (17/18) and Kanamycin 88.8% (16/18 Moduretic Online ).

chloromycetin tablets uses 2016-10-26

This is a report of blood CSF isolates from the adults medical and paediatric of wards QECH, Blantyre, cultured and identified at the Welcome Trust Research Laboratories during 1996-2002. The commonest causes of adults and children bacteraemia were non-typhoidal Salmonella (35% of all blood isolates for adults and children) and Streptococcus pneumoniae (14% and 13% respectively). Cryptococcus neoformans was the commonest isolates from CSF of adults with meningitis(67%) but was very rare in children. S.pneumoniae was the commonest cause of bacterial meningitis in children and adults (38% and 28% of all CSF isolates respectively). Haemophilus influenzae type b was also a common cause of meningitis in children (27 Coreg And Alcohol %). Data of in vitro antibiotic sensitivity are also reported. A major concern is the recent marked rise of chloramphenicol resistance among Salmonella enteritidis and Salmonella typhimurium to over 80% resistance.

chloromycetin drug interactions 2016-08-15

230 cases of infant dacryocystitis (aged from 2 to 10 months, average 90 days) were analyzed for bacterial culture and drug sensitivity tests. These tests were performed following National Guide to Clinical Laboratory Procedures. Based on the results, analyzed the difference of pathogens in different year, the pathogens kind of dacryocystitis, main pathogens of infantile dacryocystitis, average isolation rate of pathogens and sensitive or resistance drug Inderal Drug Classification for pathogens.

chloromycetin 250 mg 2016-09-20

The antibiotic prescribing patterns on 527 case notes of discharged patients over a two-month period at a teaching hospital in southern Trinidad were retrospectively analyzed. Forty four percent of patients had received one or more antibiotics. The greatest exposure rate was on the orthopedic (79.4%), pediatric (70.8%), and obstetric/gynecology (64%) services. Genital tract infections, urinary tract infections Risperdal 75 Mg , skin/ soft tissue infections and lower respiratory tract infections were the commonest indications for antibiotic prescription. The antibiotics most frequently prescribed were ampicillin (53.4%), chloramphenicol (16.5%) and gentamicin (11.3%). Ninety-six (41.0%) patients were described as being allergic to penicillin, and of these, 5 received ampicillin and 3 received cefaclor. Poor communication and lack of confidence in laboratory technician expertise were identified as possible cofactors partly responsible for most inappropriate antibiotic use in the hospital. The study also revealed that prevailing prescribing patterns at the SFGH might be improved through refresher training of doctors in clinical microbiology and the identification of clinical areas for which targeted antibiotic intervention may be warranted.

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Increasing rate of antimicrobial resistance and class 1 integrons among multidrug resistant Levitra Dosage Instructions Salmonella spp. has prompted calls for the reduction of antimicrobial use in livestock to prevent future emergence of resistance.

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Water-distilled essential oils from flowers and stems of Tanacetum argyrophyllum var. argyrophyllum from Turkey were analyzed by GC and GC/MS. The flower oil of T. argyrophyllum var. argyrophyllum was characterized with camphor 29.7%, borneol 12.0%, 1,8-cineole 8.4% and bornyl acetate 6.1%. Stem oil was characterized with camphor 26.6%, 1,8-cineole 17.5%, and borneol 15.0%. Our previous research and literature on the essential oil of this plant reported oils with high thujone content unlike the present study. Antibacterial activity of the oils were evaluated for five Gram-positive and five Gram-negative bacteria by using a broth microdilution assay. The highest inhibitory activity was observed against Bacillus cereus for stem oil (125 microg/mL) when compared with positive control chloramphenicol it showed the same inhibition potency. However, the same oil showed lower inhibitory activity against B. subtilis. The flower oil did not show significant activity against the tested microorganisms. DPPH radical scavenging activity of the T. argyrophyllum var. argyrophyllum oil was investigated at 15 and 10 mg/mL concentrations. However, the oils did not show any significant activity when compared to positive control alpha-tocopherol. Both of the oils showed toxicity to Vibrio fischeri in the TLC-bioluminescence assay.

chloromycetin drops dosage 2016-02-28

This study demonstrated that there is a significant level of antimicrobial resistance in pathogenic E. coli isolated from goat meat from Huruma and Kiserian abattoir. This indicates that goat meat from abattoirs could pose a risk of transmission of pathogenic antibiotic resistant strains to human. Poor hygienic standards and indiscriminate use of antimicrobials are the two main reasons for the presence of resistant pathogens in goat carcasses.

chloromycetin syrup 2017-12-31

The carriage and antibiotic susceptibility patterns of Staphylococcus aureus in the community were determined. Nasal, throat and axillary swabs were taken from 100 healthy adults and 90 disabled nursing home inmates. Antibiotic disc susceptibility testing was conducted following the NCCLS method. Staphylococcus aureus carriage was noted in 29% of healthy adults and 47.7% of nursing home inmates. Out of 79 strains, resistance to antibiotics were as follows; penicillin (92.4%), genetamicin (2.5%), tetracycline (6.3%), fusidic acid (11.3%), erythromycin (3.8%), pefloxacin (5.1%), mupirocin (3.8%), amikacin (3.8%), ciprofloxacin (2.5%) and chloramphenicol (2.5%). Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus was not isolated. Multiple colonizations and multi-antibiotic resistant Staphylococcus aureus were shown to occur in healthy individuals without risk factors and not previously hospitalized.

chloromycetin generic name 2016-12-19

The objectives of this study were to define disposition and systemic availability of florfenicol in alpacas. Administration of 20 mg/kg doses to 8 male alpacas by i.v., i.m. and s.c. routes was performed by randomized, 3-way crossover design. Clearance and steady state volumes (Vdss) after i.v. injection were 5 ml/min/kg and 775 ml/kg respectively. Mean residence time (MRT) and terminal phase half-life (T1/2λz) were 2.8 h and 2 h respectively. Maximum serum concentrations (Cmax) after i.m. were higher than s.c. administration (p = 0.034). After s.c. dosing, T1/2λz and MRT were greater than after i.m. injection (p < 0.001; p = 0.006 respectively). Mean absorption time (MAT) after s.c. dosing was also prolonged (p = 0.006). Fractional absorption of florfenicol after i.m. and s.c. was not different (p > 0.05). Serum florfenicol concentrations remained >1.0 µg/ml for 20 h after i.m. dosing. Differences in rate and extent of florfenicol absorption after extravascular dosing could influence therapeutic outcomes.

chloromycetin suspension 2015-02-26

This contribution describes the use of a new separation method based on a reversed-phase sequential injection chromatography (SIC) technique for simultaneous determination of chloramphenicol and betamethasone in pharmaceutical eye drops. A short monolithic column coupled with a sequential injection analysis (SIA) system enabled separation of two compounds in one step. A Chromolith Flash RP-18e, 25 x 4.6 mm column with a 5 mm precolumn (Merck, Germany) and a FIA1ab 3000 system (USA) with a 6-port selection valve and 5 mL syringe were used for sequential injection chromatographic separations in this study. The mobile phase used was acetonitrile-water (30:80, v/v), flow rate 0.48 mL/min; UV detection was at two wavelengths, i.e., 241 and 278 nm (absorption maxima of betamethasone and chloramphenicol, respectively). The basic validation parameters showed good results: linearity of determination for both compounds including internal standard (propylparaben) >0.999; repeatability of determination (RSD) in the range 0.8-1.7% at two different concentration levels, and detection limits in the range 0.5-1.0 mg/mL. The chromatographic resolution between compound peaks was greater than 2.1 and the analysis time was less than 8 min under optimal conditions. The developed sequential injection chromatography method was compared with the HPLC method and was found to be applicable for routine analysis of active compounds in pharmaceutical preparations.