Erythromycin- (N, N-dimethyl-13C2) is an isotopic analogue of Erythromycin-A
Erythromycin-(N, N-dimethyl-13C2) can be used as an internal standard for the quantitative analysis of erythromycin residues. It is also used to study the uptake and depletion time of erythromycin in natural proportion after oral administration of the drug.
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Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, 51(3), 1043-1047 (2006-12-30)
Aquaculture production has notably increased in the last decades, mainly thanks to intensive farming. Together with market globalization, this gives rise to the spreading of several fish diseases, thus increasing the demand for veterinary drugs for aquatic species. Nonetheless, very
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 53(25), 9689-9694 (2005-12-08)
In recent years, erythromycin has received considerable attention for its therapeutic efficacy against some bacterial kidney diseases in aquaculture and, therefore, suitable and sensitive analytical methods to monitor erythromycin residues in fish are required. A fast sample treatment followed by
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