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THIENAMYCIN [1 record]

Record 1 1985-04-24


Subject field(s)
  • Human Diseases

The search for inhibitors which inactivate enzymes that degrade antibiotics promise to be a decisive step in developing effective chemotherapy and to date the success achieved with B-lactamase inhibitors, such as clavulanic acid, thienamycins and olivanic acids, is of great significance.


  • Maladies humaines

La recherche d'inhibiteurs qui inactivent les enzymes qui dégradent les antibiotiques promet d'être une étape décisive dans la mise au point d'une chimiothérapie efficace et le succès obtenu à ce jour avec des inhibiteurs de la B-lactamase, comme l'acide clavulanique, les thiénamycines et les acides olivaniques, est très significatif.


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