|Description||Ceftazidime is an antibiotic useful for the treatment of a number of bacterial infections. It is a third-generation cephalosporin, but it is not used to treat viral infections. It is one of the few in this class with activity against Pseudomonas.|
|Synonyms||Fortaz; Tazicef; Fortum; GR20263; GR 20263; GR-20263|
Zidebactam is a Penicillin-binding protein inhibitor originated by Wockhardt. In Dec 2015, Wockhardt completed a phase I trial in Bacterial infections (In volun...
Tylosin is a 16-member-ring macrolide produced through the fermentation of Streptomyces fradiae, a species of actinobacteria found in soil. It is effective agai...
Phthalylsulfacetamide, a sulfanilamide derivative, is a predrug of sulfacetamide and could be used as an antibacterial agent.
Mupirocin is an isoleucyl t-RNA synthetase inhibitor, used in the treatment of bacterial skin infections.
Parasin I, a 19-amino acid histone H2A-derived peptide isolated from the skin of the catfish, is a cell permeable cationic antimicrobial agent.
Cefaclor is a second-generation cephalosporin antibiotic used to treat some infections caused by bacteria such as pneumonia
LY173013 is an antibacterial agent with bicyclic pyrazolidinones containing a novel aza-γ-lactam ring structure. The properties of this compound appear to be re...
Tebipenem(LJC-11036) is a broad spectrum orally administered antibiotic; exhibits slow tight-binding inhibition at low micromolar concentrations versus the chro...