Also known as tetracycline, Sumycin is an antibiotic that doctors use when they are dealing with bacterial infections. Sumycin has a notable position on the list of the World Health Organization's most essential medications, having proven useful in reducing the number of deaths resulting from cholera. Nowadays, the drug is typically utilized to deal with acne. This antibiotic belongs to the Polyketide class. The effects of Sumycin revolve around its ability to inhibit protein synthesis.
Other names for this medication:
Achromycin, Acromicina, Alfaciclina, Ambotetra, Ambramicina, Ambramycin, Amphocycline, Amracin, Apo-tetra, Bactocyline, Balkacycline, Beatacycline, Biotine, Bristacycline, Ciclobiotico, Ciclotetryl, Conmycin, Copharlan, Corsatet, Cycline, Decacycline, Dumocycline, Erifor, Flumeciclina, Hostacyclin, Hostacycline, Ikacycline, Imex, Indocycline, Jmycin, Latycin, Ledar, Licoklin, Lupitetra, Masacline, Mediacycline, Medocycline, Metacycline, Monatrex, Multigram, Muvito, Novo-tetra, Nu-tetra, Opticyclin, Optycin, Orencyclin, Oricyclin, Polfamycin, Quimocyclar, Recycline, Resteclin, Robitet, Sanlin, Servitet, Subamycin, Taracycline, Tefilin, Tera-cap, Teracilin, Teracin, Tetra, Tetrabiotico, Tetraciclina, Tetracin, Tetracyclin, Tetracyclinum, Tetradar, Tetrafen, Tetragen, Tetraicin, Tetralan, Tetralet, Tetralisal, Tetramax, Tetramin, Tetramycin, Tetranase, Tetrarco, Tetrasina, Tetrax, Tetrecu, Tetrex, Tetrin, Tevacycline, Ttmycin, Tx oint, Unicycline