I searched for Penicilin. At the end I found there's 2 types of penicilin( I'm not sure whether it's well to difine as 2 types). Anyone can explain about this pls? Thank U very much.
Penicillin - What are the differences between Penicilin V & Penicilin G?
Question posted by HFongZby on 12 July 2014
Last updated on 12 July 2014
Its just a chemistry thing. Penicillin v is an analog of penicillin g. Penicillin v is more resistant to the effects of stomach acid on it. They are both penicillin and they both do the same thing as far as infections.
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