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A contribution to the mode of action of tetracycline antibiotics. II. The influence of chelating substances (oxine, citrate) on the antibrucellic activity of tetracyclines).

A contribution to the mode of action of tetracycline antibiotics. II. The influence of chelating substances (oxine, citrate) on the antibrucellic activity of tetracyclines). J Hyg Epidemiol Microbiol Immunol. 1960; 4:175-81.

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