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|Model NO:||11115-82-5||Name:||Veterinary Drugs|
|Assay:||99.0% Min||Specific Rotation:||+39.5 To +41.5°|
|Transmittance:||Clear 98.0% Min||Date:||1-2days|
Enramycin has strong activity against gram-positive bacteria, especially against the harmful Clostridium in the intestine.Resistant after long-term use is not easy, because it changes the gut bacteria group, and so on of nutrients in feed use effect is good, can promote the pigs, chickens, weight gain and improve feed conversion rate.Enramycin was administered orally to large and mouse LD50 with a weight of 10g per kg, and 522.9mg to 4-week-old broiler chickens.However, the enrapamycin (crude crystal) added to the feed was taken orally, with a weight of 11g per kg for rat and mouse LD50 and 8g for broiler chickens.Teratogenic and mutagenic tests were negative.After oral administration, enramycin only plays a role in the digestive tract and is not easily absorbed.Between 6 and 12 hours after the application of the medicine to the broiler, the amount of enrapamycin excreted in the feces reached 87.0% ~ 100%, and the amount of piglet residue was small.After 1 week of continuous use, the residual amount in each tissue on the day after drug withdrawal is less than 25 igg /kg.After the excretion of enlamycin from chickens and pigs, it has no toxic effects on crops, fish and the environment.Therefore, it is a safe and effective animal antibiotics.En la toxin in 40 ℃ for 4 months, titer remained above 90%, but the humidity is bigger, the lower the titer.Enlamycin in the added feed was kept at room temperature for 12 weeks and its potency was not less than 90%.
1) the addition of elamycin in the feed in small amount can promote the growth and significantly improve the feed remuneration.
2) in both aerobic and anaerobic conditions, elamycin has shown good antibacterial effects on gram-positive bacteria.Enlamycin has a strong effect on clostridium difficile bacillus, the main cause of growth inhibition and necrotizing enteritis in pigs and chickens.
3) there is no cross-resistance to enrapamycin.
4) the drug resistance of enlamycin is very slow, and the clostridium perfringei, which is resistant to enlamycin, has not been isolated.
5) because elamycin is not absorbed in the intestinal tract, there is no need to worry about drug residues and no stopping period.
6) the performance of elamycin in the feed is stable, and it remains active even in the processing of granule materials.
7) eramycin can reduce the defecation of chicken.
8) eramycin can inhibit the ammonia producing microbes, so it can reduce the concentration of ammonia in the intestines and blood of pigs and chickens, and thus reduce the concentration of ammonia in the livestock houses.
9) eramycin can reduce the clinical symptoms of coccidiosis, possibly because it has a strong inhibition effect on the secondary infection of anaerobic bacteria.