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[Determination of chemoantibiotic levels in tissues and biological fluids (author's transl)].
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JournalQuad Sclavo DiagnNot FoundDate
1979-Jun
Type
Journal Article
English Abstract
Comparative Study
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1979-Jun / 15 Suppl 1 : 523-31
Author
Renzini G
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PMIDMESH
Agar
Anti-Infective Agents
Diffusion
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Methods
Nephelometry and Turbidimetry
Potentiometry
Radioimmunoassay
Tissue Distribution
Abstract
On the premise that a microorganism is sensitive or resistant to a chemoantibiotic according to it's concentrations in biological fluids and tissues, the A. examines those methods available in chemoantibiotic titration such as chemical, enzymatic, radio-immunologic, turbidimetric, potentiometric and agar-diffusion methods. By further evaluating the limits and capacities of these different methods, the A. describes in larger detail the agar-diffusion method which is considered more sensitive, practical and efficient. A brief report is made on the possibility of measuring antibiotic association.
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