Jun 1, 1974

Amoxicillin less effective than ampicillin against Shigella in vitro and in vivo: relationship of efficacy to activity in serum

The Journal of Infectious Diseases
J A Nelson, K C Haltalin

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In Vivo
Amines
Amoxicillin
Shigella sonnei bacterium
Dysentery, Shigella Flexneri
Shigella
Feces
Ukapen
Ampicillin
Serum

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