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Is acne bacteria gram-postivie or gram-negtive? I it is a gram-positive bacterium, then wouldnt

C66H75Cl2N9O24, branched tricyclic glycosylated nonribosomal peptide produced by the fermentation of the Actinobacteria species Amycolatopsis orientalis (Vancomycin) remove the bacteria if used as a topical agent? The line-inhibiting linezolid and the carbapenems have too much side effects so I guess they're out. What do you guys think?

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man are you some kind of joke?

I beleive the chemicaly derived C66H75CL2N90254 has the same affect as substane NH234CLNMDF56, however, they are both not branched from the tricylic glycosylated nonribosomal peptide. If both were put together then yes, it could be used as a topical agent.

..nah really no one has any clue what you're talking about

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Vancomycin is an anitbiotic of last resort....I don't think any doctor in their right mind would hand that shit out for acne...you might get it if you were dying from flesh eating disease though.

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