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  •  8  27  1 January, 2020
  • ● Ampicillin ●
《теннесси виски медовый, имбирь, лимон, просекко, биттер, лимонный твист, сахарная пудра, пищевой краситель золотой.》
будь здоров и изящен.☆
#ampicillin
  • ● Ampicillin ●
    《теннесси виски медовый, имбирь, лимон, просекко, биттер, лимонный твист, сахарная пудра, пищевой краситель золотой.》
    будь здоров и изящен.☆
    #ampicillin

  •  135  2  29 December, 2019
  • Spouse of the year award goes to.... On Saturday night @the_official_felix bit my hand and it got infected and I had to go to the ER and they actually had to admit me while I got approximately 3670 rounds of IV antibiotics. Michael has been by my side the whole time—even staying well past official visiting hours and bringing me treats from the outside world. Also I’m fine and should get home tonight! #catsofinstagram #bite #bitebeauty #clyndamycin #ampicillin #chartreuse
  • Spouse of the year award goes to.... On Saturday night @the_official_felix bit my hand and it got infected and I had to go to the ER and they actually had to admit me while I got approximately 3670 rounds of IV antibiotics. Michael has been by my side the whole time—even staying well past official visiting hours and bringing me treats from the outside world. Also I’m fine and should get home tonight! #catsofinstagram #bite #bitebeauty #clyndamycin #ampicillin #chartreuse

  •  158  43  7 hours ago
  • #Identify and #Care for an #Amoxicillin #Rash

By Phuong Tran
Medically reviewed by Hello Doktor Medical Panel

Identify and Care for an Amoxicillin Rash
What is an amoxicillin rash?
Rash is a common #side #effect of taking #antibiotics. However, amoxicillin is more likely to cause a rash than other antibiotics. Amoxicillin and #ampicillin are derivatives of the #penicillin family, which is #allergen for many people.

https://hellodoktor.com/parenting/child-care/identify-care-amoxicillin-rash/
  • #Identify and #Care for an #Amoxicillin #Rash

    By Phuong Tran
    Medically reviewed by Hello Doktor Medical Panel

    Identify and Care for an Amoxicillin Rash
    What is an amoxicillin rash?
    Rash is a common #side #effect of taking #antibiotics. However, amoxicillin is more likely to cause a rash than other antibiotics. Amoxicillin and #ampicillin are derivatives of the #penicillin family, which is #allergen for many people.

    https://hellodoktor.com/parenting/child-care/identify-care-amoxicillin-rash/

  •  2  0  11 December, 2019
  • Bacterial cell wall experiment:  We inoculated an LB-sucrose broth with #escherichiacoli in log phase, added in #ampicillin, and set into a 37 degree Celsius water bath for incubation. Samples were taken every 15 minutes for 1 hour and visualized with #phasecontrastmicroscopy under oil magnification. The pictures (as you scroll to the right) are from the 60 minute time point, the 30 minute time point, and the start of the experiment (time 0)...as you scroll from right to left, you can see the rods losing their shape, while the control tube (no ampicillin added) showed no change in cell shape over the same time period.

Why does this happen?? The antibiotic disrupts the peptidoglycan in the bacterial cell walls as they grow, causing them to lose their rigidity. And since the cells are sitting in a hypotonic solution, water begins to enter the cells causing them to round out into spheroblasts. 
So why is this important?  When this takes place in the body, the cells will ultimately lyse (break open) and die. And because people and animals don’t have peptidoglycan in their cell membranes, this is how some antibiotics kill bacteria without harming your own body cells. 🤓 #themoreyouknow 
#scienceisawesome #microbiology #lablife🔬
  • Bacterial cell wall experiment: We inoculated an LB-sucrose broth with #escherichiacoli in log phase, added in #ampicillin, and set into a 37 degree Celsius water bath for incubation. Samples were taken every 15 minutes for 1 hour and visualized with #phasecontrastmicroscopy under oil magnification. The pictures (as you scroll to the right) are from the 60 minute time point, the 30 minute time point, and the start of the experiment (time 0)...as you scroll from right to left, you can see the rods losing their shape, while the control tube (no ampicillin added) showed no change in cell shape over the same time period.

    Why does this happen?? The antibiotic disrupts the peptidoglycan in the bacterial cell walls as they grow, causing them to lose their rigidity. And since the cells are sitting in a hypotonic solution, water begins to enter the cells causing them to round out into spheroblasts.
    So why is this important? When this takes place in the body, the cells will ultimately lyse (break open) and die. And because people and animals don’t have peptidoglycan in their cell membranes, this is how some antibiotics kill bacteria without harming your own body cells. 🤓 #themoreyouknow
    #scienceisawesome #microbiology #lablife🔬

  •  2  0  20 October, 2019
  • Transformation and selection of bacteria are key steps in DNA cloning. DNA cloning is the process of making many copies of a specific piece of DNA, such as a gene. The copies are often made in bacteria.

In a typical cloning experiment, researchers first insert a piece of DNA, such as a gene, into a circular piece of DNA called a plasmid. This step uses restriction enzymes and DNA ligase, and is called a ligation.

After a ligation, the next step is to transfer the DNA into bacteria in a process called transformation. Then, we can use antibiotic selection and DNA analysis methods to identify bacteria that contain the plasmid we’re looking for.

Luria-Bertani (LB) broth is a nutrient-rich media commonly used to culture bacteria in the lab (see video above). The addition of agar to LB results in the formation of a gel that bacteria can grow on, as they are unable to digest the agar but can gather nutrition from the LB within. The addition of an antibiotic (ampicillin) to this gel allows for the selection of only those bacteria with a plasmid that has the antibiotic-resistance gene (see video above). Plasmids used in cloning contain an antibiotic resistance gene. Bacteria with a plasmids that have the antibiotic-resistant gene will form a colony, while bacteria without the gene die. A colony containing the right plasmid is grown in bulk and used for plasmid or protein production. 
#microbiology_lab #microbiology #bacterialselection #bacteria #ampicilinresistant #ampicillin #antibiotics #antibioticresistance #lauriabertani #LB #agar #agarplates #plasmids #DNA #immunology #biology #science #research #phd #phdlife #mdphd #stem #stemgirls #scientists #biotechnology #biotech #biotechnologystudent #instascience #gene #medicine
  • Transformation and selection of bacteria are key steps in DNA cloning. DNA cloning is the process of making many copies of a specific piece of DNA, such as a gene. The copies are often made in bacteria.

    In a typical cloning experiment, researchers first insert a piece of DNA, such as a gene, into a circular piece of DNA called a plasmid. This step uses restriction enzymes and DNA ligase, and is called a ligation.

    After a ligation, the next step is to transfer the DNA into bacteria in a process called transformation. Then, we can use antibiotic selection and DNA analysis methods to identify bacteria that contain the plasmid we’re looking for.

    Luria-Bertani (LB) broth is a nutrient-rich media commonly used to culture bacteria in the lab (see video above). The addition of agar to LB results in the formation of a gel that bacteria can grow on, as they are unable to digest the agar but can gather nutrition from the LB within. The addition of an antibiotic (ampicillin) to this gel allows for the selection of only those bacteria with a plasmid that has the antibiotic-resistance gene (see video above). Plasmids used in cloning contain an antibiotic resistance gene. Bacteria with a plasmids that have the antibiotic-resistant gene will form a colony, while bacteria without the gene die. A colony containing the right plasmid is grown in bulk and used for plasmid or protein production.
    #microbiology_lab #microbiology #bacterialselection #bacteria #ampicilinresistant #ampicillin #antibiotics #antibioticresistance #lauriabertani #LB #agar #agarplates #plasmids #DNA #immunology #biology #science #research #phd #phdlife #mdphd #stem #stemgirls #scientists #biotechnology #biotech #biotechnologystudent #instascience #gene #medicine

  •  15  0  17 October, 2019
  • UFC de Estafilococos aureus, resistente a meticillin recuperadas de un frasco de Hemocultivo marca BIOCIENTIFICA ® de un recién nacido  con ARO y Atención Prenatal deficiente. 🚧

Puede la RPM y la prematuridad evitarse ? Indiscutiblemente si, solo debemos actuar para evitar la morbimortalidad materno-fetal.
  • UFC de Estafilococos aureus, resistente a meticillin recuperadas de un frasco de Hemocultivo marca BIOCIENTIFICA ® de un recién nacido con ARO y Atención Prenatal deficiente. 🚧

    Puede la RPM y la prematuridad evitarse ? Indiscutiblemente si, solo debemos actuar para evitar la morbimortalidad materno-fetal.

  •  20  1  14 October, 2019
  • Here is a nice collage for our followers today. These are different #molecular #surface representations for the #antibiotic, #ampicillin. The structure has been optimized using the Merck molecular force field (MMFF94) in #ChemDoodle 3D.

Here are descriptions of the surfaces, from left to right.

First row-
1. van der Waals surface
2. Solvent Accessible Surface (1.4 Angstrom probe radius)
3. Solvent Excluded Surface, also known as a #Connolly surface (1.4 Angstrom probe radius)

Second row - 
1. No surface
2. Dot representation of Connolly surface
3. Mesh representation of Connolly surface
4. Transparent representation of Connolly surface
5. Opaque representation of Connolly surface

Third row - (all surfaces rendered with a shininess)
1. Connolly surface colored with a Gasteiger charge model (green for neutral)
2. Connolly surface colored with a QEq charge model (white for neutral)
3. Connolly surface colored using the atomic colors to show topography
4. Connolly surface colored using a molar #refractivity model (AMR98)
5. Connolly surface colored using a #lipophilicity model (AlogP98)

These surfaces and renderings were generated in ChemDoodle 3D: https://www.chemdoodle3d.com

Please like, share and follow if you like #chemistry, #science and #molecules. Feel free to comment with suggestions! #molecules #science #chemistry #lipophilicity #refractivity #graphics
  • Here is a nice collage for our followers today. These are different #molecular #surface representations for the #antibiotic, #ampicillin. The structure has been optimized using the Merck molecular force field (MMFF94) in #ChemDoodle 3D.

    Here are descriptions of the surfaces, from left to right.

    First row-
    1. van der Waals surface
    2. Solvent Accessible Surface (1.4 Angstrom probe radius)
    3. Solvent Excluded Surface, also known as a #Connolly surface (1.4 Angstrom probe radius)

    Second row -
    1. No surface
    2. Dot representation of Connolly surface
    3. Mesh representation of Connolly surface
    4. Transparent representation of Connolly surface
    5. Opaque representation of Connolly surface

    Third row - (all surfaces rendered with a shininess)
    1. Connolly surface colored with a Gasteiger charge model (green for neutral)
    2. Connolly surface colored with a QEq charge model (white for neutral)
    3. Connolly surface colored using the atomic colors to show topography
    4. Connolly surface colored using a molar #refractivity model (AMR98)
    5. Connolly surface colored using a #lipophilicity model (AlogP98)

    These surfaces and renderings were generated in ChemDoodle 3D: https://www.chemdoodle3d.com

    Please like, share and follow if you like #chemistry, #science and #molecules. Feel free to comment with suggestions! #molecules #science #chemistry #lipophilicity #refractivity #graphics

  •  77  2  7 October, 2019
  •  67  1  17 May, 2019
  • Here is a nice collage for our followers today. These are different #molecular #surface representations for the #antibiotic, #ampicillin. The structure has been optimized using the Merck molecular force field (MMFF94) in #ChemDoodle 3D.

Here are descriptions of the surfaces, from left to right.

First row-
1. van der Waals surface
2. Solvent Accessible Surface (1.4 Angstrom probe radius)
3. Solvent Excluded Surface, also known as a #Connolly surface (1.4 Angstrom probe radius)

Second row - 
1. No surface
2. Dot representation of Connolly surface
3. Mesh representation of Connolly surface
4. Transparent representation of Connolly surface
5. Opaque representation of Connolly surface

Third row - (all surfaces rendered with a shininess)
1. Connolly surface colored with a Gasteiger charge model (green for neutral)
2. Connolly surface colored with a QEq charge model (white for neutral)
3. Connolly surface colored using the atomic colors to show topography
4. Connolly surface colored using a molar #refractivity model (AMR98)
5. Connolly surface colored using a #lipophilicity model (AlogP98)

These surfaces and renderings were generated in ChemDoodle 3D: https://www.chemdoodle3d.com

Please like, share and follow if you like #chemistry, #science and #molecules. Feel free to comment with suggestions!
  • Here is a nice collage for our followers today. These are different #molecular #surface representations for the #antibiotic, #ampicillin. The structure has been optimized using the Merck molecular force field (MMFF94) in #ChemDoodle 3D.

    Here are descriptions of the surfaces, from left to right.

    First row-
    1. van der Waals surface
    2. Solvent Accessible Surface (1.4 Angstrom probe radius)
    3. Solvent Excluded Surface, also known as a #Connolly surface (1.4 Angstrom probe radius)

    Second row -
    1. No surface
    2. Dot representation of Connolly surface
    3. Mesh representation of Connolly surface
    4. Transparent representation of Connolly surface
    5. Opaque representation of Connolly surface

    Third row - (all surfaces rendered with a shininess)
    1. Connolly surface colored with a Gasteiger charge model (green for neutral)
    2. Connolly surface colored with a QEq charge model (white for neutral)
    3. Connolly surface colored using the atomic colors to show topography
    4. Connolly surface colored using a molar #refractivity model (AMR98)
    5. Connolly surface colored using a #lipophilicity model (AlogP98)

    These surfaces and renderings were generated in ChemDoodle 3D: https://www.chemdoodle3d.com

    Please like, share and follow if you like #chemistry, #science and #molecules. Feel free to comment with suggestions!

  •  10  0  26 April, 2019

Top #Ampicillin Posts

  • ● Ampicillin ●
《теннесси виски медовый, имбирь, лимон, просекко, биттер, лимонный твист, сахарная пудра, пищевой краситель золотой.》
будь здоров и изящен.☆
#ampicillin
  • ● Ampicillin ●
    《теннесси виски медовый, имбирь, лимон, просекко, биттер, лимонный твист, сахарная пудра, пищевой краситель золотой.》
    будь здоров и изящен.☆
    #ampicillin

  •  135  2  29 December, 2019
  • Hallelujah for Ampicillin!
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Ampicillin, or Amp, is a commonly used antibiotic used in the clinics and in the laboratory! Amp targets key molecules involved in the generation of the bacterial cell wall. Inhibition of these molecules eventually leads to lysis and cell death!
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After its discovery in 1958, Amp has been used to treat bacterial infections since 1961 and unlike penicillin, can target a range of bacteria (including gram positive and gram negative) thus marking a huge breakthrough in antibiotic history.
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In the lab, we use Amp as a ‘selective marker’ to generate DNA-specific bacterial colonies. In the first picture you can see a ‘carpet’ of bacteria which could easily grow! However, the second plate (picture 2) contained Amp, restricting only the bacteria which I had genetically-modified to contain Amp-resistance, to grow!
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Such a simple example of how the techniques we use everyday in the lab translate to real-life medicine.
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p.s always remember the number one rule - Antibiotics treat bacterial infections, not viral!
.
#science #bacteria #research #womeninstem #scientist #scientistswhoselfie #ampicillin #antibiotics #lims #ltu #latrobe
  • Hallelujah for Ampicillin!
    .
    Ampicillin, or Amp, is a commonly used antibiotic used in the clinics and in the laboratory! Amp targets key molecules involved in the generation of the bacterial cell wall. Inhibition of these molecules eventually leads to lysis and cell death!
    .
    After its discovery in 1958, Amp has been used to treat bacterial infections since 1961 and unlike penicillin, can target a range of bacteria (including gram positive and gram negative) thus marking a huge breakthrough in antibiotic history.
    .
    In the lab, we use Amp as a ‘selective marker’ to generate DNA-specific bacterial colonies. In the first picture you can see a ‘carpet’ of bacteria which could easily grow! However, the second plate (picture 2) contained Amp, restricting only the bacteria which I had genetically-modified to contain Amp-resistance, to grow!
    .
    Such a simple example of how the techniques we use everyday in the lab translate to real-life medicine.
    .
    p.s always remember the number one rule - Antibiotics treat bacterial infections, not viral!
    .
    #science #bacteria #research #womeninstem #scientist #scientistswhoselfie #ampicillin #antibiotics #lims #ltu #latrobe

  •  396  7  16 October, 2018