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Covalent binding of chloramphenicol as a biochemical basis for chloramphenicol induced bone marrow damage



Covalent binding of chloramphenicol as a biochemical basis for chloramphenicol induced bone marrow damage



Morselli, P L , S N Cohen And S Garattini (Ed ) Monographs Of The Mario Negri Institute For Pharmacological Research Drug Interactions X+406p Illus Raven Press: New York, N Y , U S A ISBN 0-911216-59-6: 173-180




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