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Clavulanate is a β-lactamase inhibitor that is effective against Ambler class A β-lactamases (IC50 values range from 12 to 60 nM).1 While it is not an effective antibiotic by itself, clavulanate is commonly used with other antibiotics that would be inactivated by β-lactamases secreted by bacteria. It is often combined with amoxicillin (Item No. 19188) and other penicillin-based antibiotics.1,2,3
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