In some countries, this medicine may only be approved for veterinary use.
CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service)
An antibacterial substance produced by the growth of strains of Streptomyces azureus (USP)
- Thiostreptonum (Latin)
- Thiostrepton (German)
- Thiostreptón (Spanish)
- A-8506 (IS)
- Alaninamide (IS)
- Antibiotic 6761-31 (IS)
- Bryamycin (IS)
- NSC 170365 (IS)
- NSC 81722 (IS)
- Thiactin (IS)
- X 146 (IS)
- Thiostrepton (PH: USP 37)
- Panolog (Thiostrepton and Nystatin, + Neomycin, + Triamcinolone (veterinary use))
Novartis Animal Health, Austria; Novartis Animal Health, New Zealand; Novartis Animal Health, Poland; Novartis Animal Health Australasia, Australia; Novartis Santé Animale, France; Novartis Tiergesundheit, Germany; Novartis Tiergesundheit, Switzerland
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