Ampicillin is a prescription drug used to treat bacterial infections. It is in the Antibiotic/Anti-infective drug family known as the Penicillins. Ampicillin is prescribed less frequently today than in the past because of advances in chemical engineering, though many of the most commonly prescribed penicillin-like drugs used today are analogues of Ampicillin.
Like the other antibiotics in the Penicillin family, Ampicillin works by inhibiting synthesis of products used for construction of the bacterial cell wall. The primary effect of the drug is inhibition of the biosynthesis…
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