The term antibiotic refers to chemical substances that have the capability to inhibit the growth of and/or destroy non-beneficial bacteria or other microorganisms, that are generally used to prevent and treat bacterial infections.

-see also:
"Antibiotic" is in the UNSPSC Code "51101508"
Antibiotic sulfonamides

Ref: 120863/2006-10-07

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Antibiotic (An Antibiotic is a metabolic product of one ...)
Chemical (A chemical substance is any material with a ...)

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