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Rifaximin: A Novel Nonabsorbed Rifamycin for Gastrointestinal Disorders

In vitro pharmacodynamics of novel rifamycin ABI-0043 against Staphylococcus aureus

A mechanism of rifamycin inhibition and resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Perioperative anaphylaxis from locally applied rifamycin SV and latex

Risk Factors for Relapse and Acquired Rifamycin Resistance after Directly Observed Tuberculosis Treatment: A Comparison by HIV Serostatus and Rifamycin Use

Cloning and sequence analysis of the putative rifamycin polyketide synthase gene cluster from Amycolatopsis mediterranei

In-vitro activity of 3-azinomethyl-rifamycin (SPA-S-565) against Chlamydia trachomatis

Mycobacterium tuberculosis rpoB gene DNA sequencing: implications for detection of rifamycin resistance

Rifamycin Treatment of Tuberculosis in a Patient Receiving Atenolol: Less Interaction with Rifabutin than with Rifampin

Two genes, rif15 and rif16, of the rifamycin biosynthetic gene cluster in Amycolatopsis mediterranei likely encode a transketolase and a P450 monooxygenase, respectively, both essential for the conversion of rifamycin SV into B

Diversity of Mycobacterium species from marine sponges and their sensitivity to antagonism by sponge-derived rifamycin-synthesizing actinobacterium in the genus Salinispora

Association between Acquired Rifamycin Resistance and the Pharmacokinetics of Rifabutin and Isoniazid among Patients with HIV and Tuberculosis

Identification and Characterization of glnA Promoter and its Corresponding Trans-regulatory Protein GlnR in the Rifamycin SV Producing Actinomycete, Amycolatopsis mediterranei U32

Bacterial Type I Glutamine Synthetase of the Rifamycin SV Producing Actinomycete, Amycolatopsis mediterranei U32, is the Only Enzyme Responsible for Glutamine Synthesis under Physiological Conditions

P308 - Rifamycin SV: evaluation of the activity in DNB-induced colitis in rats and on IFNγ production in ConA-stimulated rat splenocytes

 

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A group of antibiotic molecules produced by Streptomyces mediterranei that interfere with the beta subunit of prokaryotic RNA polymerases and thereby inhibit initiation of transcription. See RNA polymerase.

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