Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An antibiotic produced by the soil bacterium Bacillus brevis and used to treat infections caused by certain gram-positive bacteria.

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  • noun A heterogeneous combination of six antibiotic compounds.

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  • noun an antibiotic produced by a soil bacterium; used chiefly as an antiseptic in treating local infections produced by Gram-positive bacteria

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[gram(-positive) + –cid(e) + –in.]

Examples

  • Duke University scientist Bruce Donald and colleagues recently announced the successful application of their K* algorithm to engineer new versions of an enzyme involved in the production of a natural antibiotic called gramicidin S.

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  • Duke University scientist Bruce Donald and colleagues recently announced the successful application of their K* algorithm to engineer new versions of an enzyme involved in the production of a natural antibiotic called gramicidin S.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • Duke University scientist Bruce Donald and colleagues recently announced the successful application of their K* algorithm to engineer new versions of an enzyme involved in the production of a natural antibiotic called gramicidin S.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • Duke University scientist Bruce Donald and colleagues recently announced the successful application of their K* algorithm to engineer new versions of an enzyme involved in the production of a natural antibiotic called gramicidin S.

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  • Some evidence such carriers cases detected gramicidin brain on gramicidin s benign.

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  • Synge has shown this in some very beautiful investigations on the structure of gramicidin, an antibiotic active against certain bacteria.

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  • From 1942 to 1948 he worked almost exclusively with the antibiotic peptides of the gramicidin group.

    Richard L.M. Synge - Biography

  • For perforated patch-clamp recordings, gramicidin-D (50 mg/ml in dimethylsulfoxide) was dissolved at 50 µg/ml in the internal medium.

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  • For perforated patch-clamp recordings, gramicidin-D (50 mg/ml in dimethylsulfoxide) was dissolved at 50 µg/ml in the internal medium.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • For perforated patch-clamp recordings, gramicidin-D (50 mg/ml in dimethylsulfoxide) was dissolved at 50 µg/ml in the internal medium.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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