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Disease relevance of Sulfazecin

  • Sulfazecin, a new water-soluble acidic antibiotic, which is active against Gram-negative bacteria, was isolated as crystals from the culture broth of Pseudomonas acidophila G-6302 by use of anion exchange resin and activated charcoal [1].


  1. Sulfazecin, a novel beta-lactam antibiotic of bacterial origin. Isolation and chemical characterization. Asai, M., Haibara, K., Muroi, M., Kintaka, K., Kishi, T. J. Antibiot. (1981) [Pubmed]
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