PMID: 7081982Apr 1, 1982Paper

Gentamicin does not chelate calcium

Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
S J KohlheppD N Gilbert

Abstract

The influence of increasing gentamicin concentrations on ionized calcium concentration was determined in pH-controlled, phosphate-buffered saline and normal human serum with an ion-specific calcium electrode. No evidence of calcium chelation was found.

References

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Sep 1, 1969·Journal of Clinical Pathology·L P Garrod, P M Waterworth
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Citations

Dec 5, 2009·Nanomedicine·Maria K SchwartzVirginia M Miller
Oct 14, 2017·Journal of Materials Chemistry. B, Materials for Biology and Medicine·Ori GeuliDaniel Mandler

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