1. Those that are derived from the genus of bacteria namely "Streptomyces". These aminoglycoside antibiotics end with "-mycin" and include:
a. Streptomycin ·
d. Hygromycin B ·
2. Those that are derived from the genus of bacteria namely "Micromonospora". These aminoglycoside antibiotics end with "-micin" and include:
3. Those that are derived from these antibiotics:
k. Habekacin (N. Tanaka et al.)
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