1. Ionophores: Ion Carriers and Channels for Membrane Transport

    Ionophores: Ion Carriers and Channels for Membrane Transport
    Ionophores are molecules that facilitate ion passage in or out of cell membranes. Ion carrier: A substance that can transfer ions from a hydrophilic medium, such as water, into a hydrophobic medium, i.e a biological membrane, where the ions typically would not be soluble.
  2. Neomycin Applications

    Neomycin Applications
    Neomycins are a family of broad-spectrum highly toxic antibiotics produced by Streptomyces fradiae. Neomycin usually exists as a complex composed of two stereoisomers, neomycin B and neomycin C, which are the two active components. A third component, neomycin A, which is a degradation product, is present in small quantities. Neomycin C was isolated by DUTCHER et al. Neomycin C is...

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