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Antimycobacterial activity of methdilazine (Md), an antimicrobic phenothiazine.

Methdilazine (Md) could inhibit various Mycobacterium spp. at 5-15 micrograms/ml concentrations in vitro as well as in vivo. When Md was tested in combination with streptomycin (Sm), rifampicin (Rf) or methyl-DOPA (m-D), it showed synergistic effects only with respect to methyl-DOPA.[1]


  1. Antimycobacterial activity of methdilazine (Md), an antimicrobic phenothiazine. Chakrabarty, A.N., Bhattacharya, C.P., Dastidar, S.G. APMIS (1993) [Pubmed]
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