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AcronymDefinition
AMAmplitude Modulation
AMAnte Meridiem (period between midnight and noon)
AMAway Message (instant messaging)
AMAmerican
AMArea Map (FAA ARTCC mapping of Sector Suites to an Area)
AMAmerican Morning (CNN Morning Show)
AMAction Man (cartoon series)
AMApplication Manager
AMAbove Mentioned
AMAccount Manager
AMApplication Management
AMAve Maria (Latin: Hail Mary)
AMAssistant Manager
AMAir Mass
AMArranged Marriage
AMAmerican Motors (purchased by Chrysler)
AMActive Matrix
AMAssociate Member
AMAssembly Member
AMAnimation Master (3d animation software)
AMAccounts Manager
AMActive Mode
AMAlert Message
AMAccess Method (Sprint)
AMAlyssa Milano
AMAbsent Minded
AMAir Mobile
AMAccounting Management
AMAmen (epigraphy)
AMAddress Management (USPS)
AMAsset Management
AMAmos
AMArctic Monkeys (UK band)
AMArmenia (top-level domain)
AMAston Martin
AMAgricultural and Mechanical
AMAviation Management (US Department of the Interior)
AMAnalysis Manager
AMAccredited Member
AMAlanis Morissette
AMAlma Mater
AMAir Marshal
AMAchievement Medal
AMMember of the Order of Australia
AMAudit Manager
AMAgainst Me! (band)
AMAir Medal
AMAirmail
AMAviation Medicine
AMAir Methods (medical helicopter company)
AMAuto Map
AMAmazonas (Brazil)
AMActive Monitor
AMAccess Module
AMAccelerated Math
AMAge-Matched (Z-score used in conjunction with DEXA scan reports)
AMAdhesion Molecule
AMAlonzo Mourning (basketball player)
AMAlternate Mode
AMAntrim (Ireland)
AMAfter Market
AMAfore Mentioned
AMAlveolar Macrophages
AMActivity Manager
AMAlpes-Maritimes
AMAprès-Midi (French: Afternoon)
AMAlaskan Malamute (dog breed)
AMAmericium
AMAeroMexico (IATA Airline Code)
AMAcrylamide
AMAir Ministry
AMArithmetic Mean
AMAttacking Midfielder (soccer position)
AMAgile Methodology
AMAeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force)
AMAide Mémoire (French:memorandum)
AMActinomycosis (skin disease)
AMAutomod (defunct GameFAQs feature)
AMAsynchronous Mode
AMAl-Muhajiroun
AMArts et Métiers (French Engineers School)
AMArrêté Ministériel (Belgium cabinet decree)
AMAlarm Module
AMAcetoxymethyl
AMArthrogryposis Multiplex (genetic defect; cattle)
AMAnte Meridian
AMAgile Modeling
AMArch Mage (gaming)
AMAviation Structural Mechanic (USN Rating)
AMAnno Mundi (Latin: in the year of the world)
AMAlternating Magnetic
AMArchitecture Manager (Intel)
AMAction Memorandum
AMAmplitud Modulada (Guatemala radio frequency)
AMArmy Management
AMAccounts Maintenance
AMAdvanced Mission (game)
AMAfrique Magazine (French: Africa Magazine)
AMAssembly Management
AMAuxiliary Motor
AMAvant Midi (French)
AMAccountability Measure (NMFS - fisheries management)
AMAutomation Module
AMAdvance Mission
AMAttometer (10 E^-18, one quintillionth)
AMAuxiliary Memory
AMAnnuity Mortgage
AMAnalog Multiplexer
AMArtium Magister (Latin: master of arts)
AMAlbert Medal
AMAccommodation Manager
AmApramycin
AMActivation Manager
AMAdministrative Module
AMAdeptus Mechanicus (game)
AMAcknowledge Message
AMAlterMeta (web comic discussion)
AMAuxiliary Module
AMAirborne Mapping
AMAnnie Man (Hong Kong actress)
AMAirway Manual
AMAcoustic-Magnetic
AMAddress Modifier
AMAuthorized Messenger
AMAntimateriel
AMAgent Metal (music composition group)
AMAssociate of Music (degree)
AMAirfield Matting
AMApplication Mediation
AMAppliance Manufacturer Magazine
AMAncient Modulation (humor)
AMAsymmetric Multiplier (NIOSH)
AMAggressive Mechanism
AMAnillo Metropolitano (Guatemala region)
AMAccess Macro Virus
AMAmbulance Module
AMAnalog Maintenance (Nortel)
AMAtlantic Microsystems (Bell Atlantic & Nynex Wireless Cable)
AMAdaptive Multiplexer
AMAuricularis Muscle
AMApplication Mediators
AMAutomated MICAP
AMAgencia de Monitoreo (Guatemala, security agency)
AMAcquisition Management/Manager
AMAutoservizi Meridionali (charter bus company in Naples, Rome and Parma, Italy)
AMApplied Mechanics (various organizations)
AMAdvanced Manufacturing
AMAseptic Meningitis (illness)
AMAkademia Medyczna (Polish: Academy of Medical Sciences)
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The poor immune response of the antibiotic-treated group could be attributed to the immunosuppressive effect of apramycin, an aminoglycoside antibiotic.
Taken together, dietary supplementation of apramycin had significantly improved the growth performance and reduced pathogenic microbial load of piglets under challenged conditions.
Meanwhile, the team hopes to launch a clinical trial of apramycin, an antibiotic that could prove immediately useful because multidrug-resistant TB and lung-infecting bacteria have not shown resistance to the drug yet.
Correlation between apramycin and gentamicin use in pigs and an increase reservoir of gentamicin-resistant Escherichia coli.
Resistance to ampicillin and tetracycline alone was commonly observed, whereas resistance to amoxicillin/clavulanic acid, kanamycin, gentamicin, apramycin, chloramphenicol, and nitrofurantoin was constantly associated with multidrug-resistant phenotypes.
Apramycin (Advacare Pharma) is an aminoglycoside-type antibiotic containing the active ingredient apramycin sulfate.
TEM] 0 * All isolates, regardless of geographic locale, were susceptible to ceftiofur, ceftriaxone, imipenem, amikacin, apramycin, chloramphenicol, ciprofloxacin, and trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole.
A commonly known apramycin inhibiting enzyme is apramycinacetyltransferase [AAC(3)-IV] which also inactivates gentamicin and tobramycin (7).
No isolates were resistant to amikacin, apramycin, or ciprofloxacin.
Sensitivity testing of chosen isolates (MICs) was conducted by using a panel of 17 antimicrobial agents (amikacin, amoxicillin-clavulanic acid, ampicillin, apramycin, ceftiofur, ceftriaxone, cephalothin, chloramphenicol, ciprofloxacin, gentamicin, kanamycin, nalidixic acid, streptomycin, sulfamethoxazole, tetracyline, ticarcillin, and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole) on the Sensititre system (TREK Diagnostic Systems, Westlake, OH).
For example, because it has an unusual structure, apramycin (a 4-substituted-2-deoxystreptamin) was used exclusively in animals in the hope that it would not be recognized by any of the known aminoglycoside-modifying enzymes (3).