Definitions for "penicillin"
Any of a variety of substances having a structure containing a beta-lactam ring fused to a thiirane ring, to which a carboxyl group is attached, but most commonly interpreted as benzyl penicillin. They are notable as powerful antibacterial agents of relatively low toxicity which have found extensive use in medicine for treating bacterial infections. They are categorized as one of the classes of beta-lactam antibiotic. They are produced naturally by some fungi and bacteria, and industrial production processes almost invariably start from some form of the penicillin nucleus produced by fermentation of microorganisms. The fermentation products are then chemically modified to produce derivatives of enhanced potency, safety, or antibacterial spectrum. The first penicillin to see extensive use clinically (during World War II) was penicillin G, also called benzypenicillin, and commonly simply "penicillin".
The first antibiotic drug produced from the mould penicillium to treat infections
A medicine made from molds and used to kill many kinds of bacteria. Discovered in 1928, it became the first antibiotic in 1941.
Keywords:  yuji, gisho, jiro, shaisuke, hakuei
PENICILLIN / Penicillin is a Japanese rock (J-Rock) and formerly VK band formed in 1992 by Chisato, O-JIRO, and Gisho. The initial guitarists were Yuji of Deshabillz, and Shaisuke, but both of them left to make room for Hakuei, the fourth and final member to join.
The first of the so-called wonder drugs; discovered by Sir Alexander Fleming.