cephalostat ceph·a·lo·stat (sěf’ə-lō-stāt’)
cephalosporinase ceph·a·lo·spor·i·nase (sěf-ə-lə-spôr’ə-nās’, -nāz’) n. See penicillinase.
any of a group of widely used broad-spectrum antibiotics, originally isolated as a product of fermentation from the fungus Cephalosporium acremonium. noun any of a group of broad-spectrum antibiotics obtained from fungi of the genus Cephalosporium cephalosporin ceph·a·lo·spo·rin (sěf-ə-lə-spôr’ĭn) n. Any of various broad-spectrum antibiotics, closely related to the penicillins, that were originally derived from […]
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cercocystis cer·co·cys·tis (sûr’kō-sĭs’tĭs) n. A cysticercoid larva of a tapeworm that develops within a vertebrate host.