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by Masao Miyauchi,Isao Kawamoto

Free eBook Antibiotics I (Japanese Technology Reviews) download ISBN: 2881248551
Author: Masao Miyauchi,Isao Kawamoto
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (November 5, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 152
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences
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Isao Kawamoto, Masao Miyauchi November 03, 1992

Isao Kawamoto, Masao Miyauchi November 03, 1992.

By Isao Kawamoto, Masao Miyauchi.

It covers astromicin, application of cyclodextrin in the fermentative production process, production of Bialaphos from a Biochemical Engineering viewpoint, and acyl derivatives of tylosin produced by microbial transformation. By Isao Kawamoto, Masao Miyauchi.

Antibiotics I, Kawamoto. Strikes the perfect balance between proven traditional approaches and modern methods that promise to yield new products and processes!

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Michigan classics in japanese studies, no. 15. Ann arbor: the university of michigan, 1996.

This is a book that will provide interesting aspects into the field of East Asian studies but it will do so in historical perspective

This is a book that will provide interesting aspects into the field of East Asian studies but it will do so in historical perspective. Time has come, and I suppose the need exist for next volume on the same topic.

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Certified in pharmaceutical science, medicinal chemistry. Member Pharmaceutical Society Japan, English Heritage, National Trust. Certified in pharmaceutical science, medicinal chemistry.

This is the history of science and technology in Japan. The soroban is an abacus calculator developed in medieval Japan. It is derived from the ancient Chinese suanpan, imported to Japan in the 14th century. Edo- and Meiji-era Japan saw intense engagement with European astronomy that fed into its present-day strength in rocket science.

This volume reviews recent studies on antibiotics in Japan. Beta- lactams and other antimicrobial agents are described, with particular emphasis given to oral cephalosporins. Parenteral cephems and related compounds pertaining to compound synthesis, drug efficiency, oral absorption, and physicochemical and biochemical properties. Second and third generation cephalosporins and major Beta-lactam antibiotics developed in Japan are examined. Also discussed are nonclassical Beta-lactam type antibotics - penems, carbapenems and monobactams - in addition to aminoglycosides and macrolides. This book provides a contribution to the study of antibiotic structure-activity relationships based on recent research findings, and should serve as a useful reference to academics and researchers in the fields of antibiotic design and synthesis, drug delivery, drug mechanisms and efficacy, biochemistry and microbiology are also covered.