Who invented the vaccine for penicillin?
Penicillin is the name of an antibiotic that is used to kill bacteria. It is a medicine and not a disease for which you would take a vaccine. The person who "invented" penicillin as an antibiotic was Sir Alexander Fleming, a bacteriologist, who discovered it in 1928. ...
What is the Scientific name for penicillin mold?
Penicillium chrysogenum The scientific name for penicillin (you omitted an "l") is penicillin, but it is derived from a species of mold, penicillium notatum. ...
Asked in Medication and Drugs, Antibiotics, Penicillin
If you are allergic to mold are you allergic to penicillin?
A person can be allergic to mold in general but not be allergic to penicillin. ...
Asked in Penicillin, Cheeses, Blue Cheese
Can a person who is allergic to penicillin eat blue cheese?
A person who is allergic to penicillin can eat blue cheese in most cases. This varies with the person and should be confirmed by a doctor. ...
If you are allergic to penicillin should you kiss a person taking penicillin?
This is a question for your doctor, but don't see how it could affect you. ...