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(4R)-limonene hydroperoxide +  
3,3',4',5-tetrachlorosalicylanilide  
4',5-dihydroxydiclofenac 
4-hydroperoxycyclophosphamide  
5,5-diethylbarbituric acid  
[(2,2-dimethylpropanoyl)oxy]methyl (6R,7R)-7-\{[(2Z)-2-(2-amino-1,3-thiazol-4-yl)pent-2-enoyl]amino\}-3-[(carbamoyloxy)methyl]-8-oxo-5-thia-1-azabicyclo[4.2.0]oct-2-ene-2-carboxylate 
abacavir +   
acetylsalicylic acid +   
alclofenac  
alcuronium bromide 
amodiaquine +   
aztreonam +   
benzo[d]isothiazol-3-one  
benzoic acid +   
benzylpenicillin +   
budesonide  
bupivacaine  
calcipotriol +   
carbamazepine +   
carbapenem MM22383 
cefaclor  
cefixime  
cefotaxime  
ceftazidime +   
ceftriaxone  
cefuroxime  
cephalosporin +   
A class of beta-lactam antibiotics differing from the penicillins in having a 6-membered, rather than a 5-membered, side ring. Although cephalosporins are among the most commonly used antibiotics in the treatment of routine infections, and their use is increasing over time, they can cause a range of hypersensitivity reactions, from mild, delayed-onset cutaneous reactions to life-threatening anaphylaxis in patients with immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated allergy.
cephamycin +   
chlorambucil  
co-trimoxazole  
codeine +   
cortisol +   
cortisol 17-butyrate 
cyclophosphamide +   
D-penicillamine +   
desipramine +   
desipramine hydrochloride 
diaveridine 
diclofenac +   
diphenylcyclopropenone  
disodium cromoglycate  
eslicarbazepine acetate 
fenoprofen  
fenticlor 
fluoxetine  
gallamine 
ibuprofen +   
isoniazide +   
ketoprofen  
licarbazepine +  
lidocaine +   
melphalan  
mepivacaine +   
meropenem +   
methohexital  
metiazinic acid 
morphine +   
naproxen +   
oxcarbazepine  
oxybuprocaine +   
parthenolide +   
phenobarbital +   
phenytoin  
pholcodine 
piroctone olamine 
procaine  
quinidine +   
ranitidine +   
ranitidine hydrochloride 
rocuronium +   
sodium benzoate +   
succinylcholine +   
sulfachloropyridazine 
sulfadiazine  
sulfadimethoxine  
sulfamerazine  
sulfamethazine +   
sulfamethizole 
sulfamethoxazole +   
sulfamethoxypyridazine 
sulfamoxole 
sulfanilamide +   
sulfapyridine  
sulfasalazine  
sulfathiazole +  
sulfisoxazole +   
suprofen  
thimerosal  
thiopental  
tiaprofenic acid  
triclosan  
trimethoprim +   
tubocurarine  
vecuronium +   
 cefaclor  
 cefadroxil +   
 cefalotin +   
 cefamandole +  
 cefazolin  
 cefdinir  
 cefditoren +  
 cefepime  
 cefepime(1+) +  
 cefixime  
 cefmenoxime +  
 cefonicid  
 cefoselis +   
 cefotiam +   
 cefoxitin  
 cefpirome +  
 cefpodoxime +   
 ceftaroline +  
 ceftazidime +   
 ceftibuten +   
 cephalexin +   
 cephalosporin C +   

Synonyms
Related Synonyms: Formula=C7H5NO3SR2 ;   SMILES=[H][C@]12SCC([*])=C(N1C(=O)[C@H]2[*])C(O)=O ;   cephalosphorin ;   cephalosphorins ;   cephalosporins
Alternate IDs: CHEBI:3538
Xrefs: KEGG:C00875 ;   PMID:10069359 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:11936371 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:12833570 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:24269048 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:3320614 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:6762896 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:8426246 "Europe PMC" ;   Wikipedia:Cephalosporin

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