Binding of neomycin and analogues by fatty acids in vitro
Neomycin forms insoluble complexes with long-chain fatty acids in vitro. This reduces the diffusion of neomycin but does not directly neutralize its antibiotic activity. Possible effects in vivo are discussed.
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