|Description||An impurity of Penicillin G which is an antibacterial drug and acts through the inhibition of biosynthesis of cell-wall mucopeptide.|
|Synonyms||N-(Phenylacetyl)glycine; Phenaceturic Acid; N-Phenacetylglycine; NSC 408424; NSC 92778; Phenacetylglycine|
An impurity of Penicillin G which was the first antibiotic to be used medically.
An impurity of Penicillin G which shows bactericidal property by acting directly on peptidoglycans.
An impurity of Penicillamine which is used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, Wilson's disease and a certain disorder which causes kidney stones (cystinuria).
Penicillamine is used as an antirheumatic and as a chelating agent in Wilson’s disease.
An impurity of Penicillin G which is an antibacterial drug (intravenous use) against a wide range of bacteria.
An impurity of Penicillin V which is used to treat many different types of infections caused by bacteria, such as ear infections (use by mouth).
An impurity of Penicillin G which is an antibacterial drug (intravenous use) and exerts a bacterial action against a wide range of bacteria.
An impurity of Pivampicillin which is a semi-synthetic antibiotic.