Mode of Action of Chemotherapeutic Agents Against Bacteria Growing in a Continuous Flow Culture with Special Reference to the Antibacterial Effect of Cephalothin, Erythromycin and Kanamycin
The present results show that the antibacterial mode of action of Cephalothin, Erythromycin and Kanamycin to bacteria growing in a continuous flow culture, a dynamic environment which the physiological state is assumed to be constract was significantly different from each other. The results obtained here would provide a useful information on proper dosage schedule of chemotherapeutic agent for in vivo study.
KeywordsChemotherapeutic Agent Resistance Factor Culture Tube State Equi Initial Cell Count
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