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1. Amphoteric
Refers to a molecule or atom that is capable of accepting or donating proton s and thus can serve as an acid or a base .

2. Amphotericin
One of two antifungal antibiotic s: * Amphotericin A: The less active form of the antibiotic produced by the bacteria Streptomyces nodosus. It is not used clinically. * Amphotericin B: An antibiotic produced by the bacteria Streptomyces nodosus which is used to treat a wide variety of fungal infections. Formula: C47H73NO17.

3. Amphotericin B
This is a potent anti-fungal drug. Its route of administration is usually by intravenous injection for severe and life-threatening body infection, aerosol for lung fungal infection and irrigation of the bladder. This drug has many frequently and severe side effects. It is poorly eliminated by the body and therefore should be used as a last resort.

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