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Erythromycin, is used as a macrolide antibiotic protein synthesis inhibitor. It is widely used in cell culture applications. Depending upon the strain of bacteria, erythromycin has been used between 50 and 200 mg/L to control bacterial growth. Erythromycin resistance can be induced in bacteria.
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