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A Comparison of the Toxic Effects of Two Oxazolidinones and Chloramphenicol on a Murine Erythroleukemia Cell Line
As a result of the frequent use of penicillin and other common antibiotics, numerous pathogens have developed mechanisms to evade these agents. Within the last twenty years, however, a promising new class of drugs has ...
Using a Murine Erythroleukemia Cell Line to Evaluate the Potential Toxicity of Test Compounds
The potential toxicologic effects of test compounds on hematopoiesis are examined in preclinical animal studies by evaluating bone marrow and peripheral blood hematology. If effects on bone marrow are observed, these can ...