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- n. Plural form of glycopeptide.
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Antifreeze glycopeptides have a molecular weight between 2600 and 34000 while the antifreeze peptides range between 3200 and 14000.
Molds used in some traditional fermentations produce antimicrobial glycopeptides. (e) Low moisture content.
Lactobacillus sp are known to be resistant to glycopeptides
Troublingly, one of the 4 had reduced sensitivity to glycopeptides; the chief glycopeptide is vancomycin, which has been the go-to drug for MRSA for 50 years.
The main interest in enterococci continues to focus on resistance to glycopeptides.
Slide 13: Antibiotic resistance in Bacillus clausii Resistance to No of resistant strains Penicillins 4 Cephalosporins 4 Aminoglycosides SIN (kanamycin, tobramycin, amikacin) Macrolides 4 Tetracyclines T Chloramphenicol 4 Rifampicin NR Susceptible to carbapenems, co-trimoxazole, fluoroquinolones, gentamicin, glycopeptides, oxazolidinones, streptogramins