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Sulfamethazine sodium

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Bioactivity Sulfamethazine sodium (Sulfadimidine sodium) is an antimicrobial that is widely used to treat and prevent various animal diseases (such as gastrointestinal and respiratory tract infections). In China and the European Commission, the maximum residue level for Sulfamethazine sodium in animal product is set at 100 µg/kg[1][2].
Target Bacterial
In Vivo Sulfamethazine (80 mg/kg; intravenous injection; healthy female pigs) treatment significantly reduces α, β and AUC0->∞, significantly increases t1/2α, Vd and CIB, and upon a single intramuscular administration of 80 mg/kg of Sulfamethazine the absolute bioavailability in pigs is 1.01[1]. Animal Model:
Name Sulfamethazine sodium
CAS 1981-58-4
Formula C12H13N4NaO2S
Molar Mass 300.31
Transport Room temperature in continental US; may vary elsewhere.

Please store the product under the recommended conditions in the Certificate of Analysis.

Reference [1]. VAN Poucke LSG, et al. Pharmacokinetics and Tissue Residues of Sulfathiazole and Sulfamethazine in Pigs. J Food Prot. 1994 Sep;57(9):796-801. [2]. Sheng Y J, et al. Production of chicken yolk IgY to sulfamethazine: comparison with rabbit antiserum IgG. Food and Agricultural Immunology. 2015, 26(3):305-316.

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