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Related to tetracycline: erythromycin, doxycycline, Tetracycline hydrochloride, Tetracycline antibiotics
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TCNtransparent content negotiation
TCNTetracycline
TCNThird Country National(s)
TCNTopology Change Notification
TCNTransportation Control Number
TCNTelecommunications Network
TCNThe Comcast Network
TCNTrain Communication Network
TCNTransaction Control Number
TCNThe Cartoon Network
TCNTactical Component Network
TCNTactical Air Navigation (TACAN)
TCNTroop Contributing Nations
TCNThink College Now
TCNTerminal Control Number (US IRS)
TCNTriathlon Club Nantais (Nantes, France)
TCNTerrestrial Cosmogenic Nuclide (earth science)
TCNTake Care Now Ltd (UK healthcare provider)
TCNTraditional Care Network (healthcare program)
TCNToronto Community News (Canada)
TCNToraja Cyber News (Indonesian online media)
TCNTitle Control Number (library cataloging)
TCNTransforming Churches Network (Missouri)
TCNTest Change Notice
TCNTerrestrial Communications Network
TCNThird Country Nation
TCNTraffic Control Number
TCNTactical Control Network
TCNThe Claymore Nation (gaming)
TCNTest Case Notation (ISO)
TCNTechnician Corporation
TCNTask Control Number
TCNTheater Communications Network
TCNTemporary Change Notification
TCNTerran Confederation News
TCNTravel Card Number (Sprint)
TCNTechnical Change Notice
TCNTrans-Country National
TCNTeam Crip Nasty (hunting group; Michigan)
TCNTravel Change Notification
TCNTracing Change Notice
TCNTechnical Cooperation Agency
TCNTurbo Chat Network
TCNTroubleshooting Cisco Network
TCNTransaction Control Network
TCNThe Continuum Network (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
TCNTruck Consignment Note (freight shipping)
TCNTri-County North (Ohio school district)
TCNTelephone Computer Network, Inc. (Utah)
TCNTrigeminocervical Nucleus
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Epigallocatechin-gallate enhances the activity of tetracycline in staphylococci by inhibiting its efflux from bacterial cells.
However, this is an abstract rather than actual profit function and effect of addition of different concentration of phosphate will be manifested through change in the cell concentration and the titer of tetracycline also.
The major goal of this study, therefore, is to understand the role of SOM in influencing on the environmental fate and transformation of tetracycline in soil.
Figure 2 presents tetracycline release for four cryogels with different compositions and different heights.
Outside the antibacterial therapeutic area, Paratek has also established an effort to exploit its novel tetracycline derivatives and their unique mechanism of action in selected anti-inflammatory and neurodegenerative conditions.
Seventy-seven fish were injected with tetracycline and 13 produced readable otoliths that could be used for age and growth analyses.
Effect of tetracycline and/or scaling on human periodontal disease.
We tested bacterial isolates for resistance to penicillin, tetracycline, ampicillin, erythromycin, and ciprofloxacin.
In contrast, 12% were found to he resistant to clindamycin, 42% were resistant to erythromycin, and 88% were resistant to tetracycline.
Minocycline, a derivative of tetracycline, can also cause pigmentation in the skin, nails, oral mucosa, teeth, eyes, bones, cardiac valves, coronary vessels, substantia nigra, and atherosclerotic plaques.
aureus than tetracycline hydrochloride, erythromycin, streptomycin sulfate, polymyxin B sulfate or neomycin sulfate.
Among antibiotics, tetracycline has been shown to cause hypoglycemia in both diabetic and nondiabe tic patients.