Definition of Achromycin

1. Noun. An antibiotic (trade name Achromycin) derived from microorganisms of the genus Streptomyces and used broadly to treat infections.

Exact synonyms: Tetracycline
Generic synonyms: Antibacterial, Antibacterial Drug, Bactericide
Specialized synonyms: Declomycin, Demeclocycline Hydrochloride, Minocin, Minocycline
Language type: Trade Name



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Achromycin

Achilles heels
Achilles reflex
Achilles tendon
Achilles tendons
Achinese
Achmad Sukarno
Achoerodus
Achoerodus gouldii
Acholeplasma axanthum
Acholeplasma granularum
Acholi
Achomawi
Achorion
Achras
Achras zapota
Achromycin
Achterhoeks
Achuar-Shiwiar
Achumawi
Achæa
Achæan
Achæans
Achæmenes
Achæmenian
Achæmenians
Achæmenid
Achæmenids
Acinonyx
Acinonyx jubatus
Acinos

Literary usage of Achromycin

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1. From Test Tube to Patient: New Drug Development in the United States by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"The hand on the left holds the brand-name product, achromycin V, while the other hand holds generic tetracycline. ..."

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