PMID: 4143449Mar 1, 1974Paper

Serum concentrations and antituberculosis activity of thiacetazone

Tubercle
G A EllardD A Mitchison

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Mar 1, 1970·Tubercle·J L Leat, J Marks
Dec 1, 1961·Tubercle·E I SHORT
Mar 1, 1951·British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy·A SPINKS
Sep 1, 1949·British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy·A SPINKS

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Sep 1, 1993·Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene·P NunnP Winstanley
Sep 21, 1991·Lancet·A PozniakG Macleod
Nov 29, 2011·Tuberculosis·James A SeddonH Simon Schaaf
May 10, 1985·Journal of Chromatography·M R Holdiness

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