- Maternal bacterial infections affect fetal brain anatomy and cognitive
- "This study suggests widely used antibiotics like ampicillin that cause bacteria to burst and release cell wall may lead to changes in the developing brain," she said.
- Maternal Bacterial Infections Trigger Abnormal Proliferation of Neurons in
- Researchers found evidence that treatment of maternal infection by the antibiotic ampicillin, which destroys bacteria and sends pieces of the cell wall into the bloodstream, led to a similar neuronal increase.
- Developmental dynamics of the preterm infant gut microbiota and antibiotic
- The most notable exceptions include ticarcillin–clavulanate and ampicillin, both of which enrich for a large number of overlapping AR genes, and are correlated with Klebsiella pneumoniae.
- Antimicrobial cocktails to control bacterial and fungal contamination in
- Although the One-shot Solution cocktail consisting of carbendazim, ampicillin, and cefotaxime has been developed for removing these contaminants from algal cultures, it is not always effective.
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