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Rosamicin is a new antibacterial substance chemically a lipid soluble basic macrolide similar to erythromycin but with a better activity against Gram-negative bacteria.

Experiments in dogs have shown that it is more concentrated in the prostate than erythromycin is, and thus may be better for treating infections of that organ. [1]


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