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Oxford unit

(Science: microbiology) The minimum amount of penicillin which will prevent the growth of staphylococcus aureus over an area 26 mm in diameter in a standard culture medium; 1 unit equals 0.6 ug of crystalline sodium salt of penicillin.

Synonym: florey unit.


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