Microbiology/Virology Antibacterial Erythromycin


Catalog No. T1032   CAS 114-07-8
Synonyms: E-Mycin

Erythromycin is a Macrolide and Macrolide Antimicrobial. The physiologic effect of erythromycin is by means of Decreased Sebaceous Gland Activity.

Erythromycin, CAS 114-07-8
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Description Erythromycin is a Macrolide and Macrolide Antimicrobial. The physiologic effect of erythromycin is by means of Decreased Sebaceous Gland Activity.
Targets&IC50 23S rRNA,   50S ribosome,  
In vivo Chlorthalidone is a thiazide-like diuretic. After oral intake, peak serum concentrations are achieved in 2-6 hours. The half-life of Chlorthalidone is approximately 42 (range 29-55) hours, reaching 45-60 hours after long-term dosing. However, interindividual variability in the half-life of Chlorthalidone is wide. Chlorthalidone is excreted unchanged by the kidneys. The natriuretic effect of Chlorthalidone is maximal at 18 hours and lasts more than 48 hours. Comparing different doses of Chlorthalidone, it has been observed that 25 mg daily is nearly as effective as higher doses, but with less risk of hypokalemia[1]. Chlorthalidone reduces calcium oxalate calculous recurrence but magnesium hydroxide does not. The effectiveness of Chlorthalidone or magnesium hydroxide is examined in the prevention of recurrent calcium oxalate kidney calculi. In a double-blind random allocation design daily dosages of 25 or 50 mg. Chlorthalidone, 650 or 1,300 mg. magnesium hydroxide, or an identical placebo are administered. All groups showed significantly decreased calculous events compared to the pretreatment rates. During the trial 56.1 per cent fewer calculi than predicted developed in the placebo group (p less than 0.01), whereas the groups receiving low and high dosage magnesium hydroxide showed 73.9 and 62.3 per cent fewer calculi, respectively (p less than 0.001 and less than 0.01, respectively). Chlorthalidone treatment results in a 90.1 per cent decrease from predicted rates and both dosages yielded similar results. When the treatments are compared Chlorthalidone is significantly better than the placebo or magnesium hydroxide (p less than 0.01). The large decreases in calculous events seen when placebo or ineffective therapy is given underscore the positive treatment bias that occurs when historical controls are used and they demonstrate the need for proper experimental design[2].
Synonyms E-Mycin
Purity 99.26%
Molecular Weight 733.93
Formula C37H67NO13
CAS No. 114-07-8


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DMSO: 136 mg/mL (185.3 mM)

Ethanol: 136 mg/mL (185.3 mM)

Water: 3 mg/mL (4.08 mM)

( < 1 mg/ml refers to the product slightly soluble or insoluble )


References and Literature
1. Moazed D, Noller HF. Biochimie. 1987 Aug;69(8):879-84.

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