PMID: 591639Nov 1, 1977

Light inactivation of metronidazole sensitivity discs

Journal of Clinical Pathology
P H Jones, A P Scott

Abstract

We found that daylight inactivated metronidazole sensitivity discs. They should therefore be stored in light-proof containers.

Citations

Jun 1, 1986·European Journal of Clinical Microbiology·A DublanchetH B Drugeon
Oct 1, 1978·Journal of Clinical Pathology·S E MilneP M Waterworth

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