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|Title:||Enzyme Inhibition Studies in Relation to Drug Action: Part VIII -Action of Certain Antibacterial Agents on the Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle of Vibrio cholerae|
|Authors:||Arora, K L;Krishna Murti, C R|
|Description:||Chloro and oxytetracycllns and chloramphenicol inhibit oxygen uptake of Vibrio choterae in the presence of a number of substrates belonging to the Kreb's cycle. The inhibition by chloramphenicol is partially reversed by a coenzyme preparation from rabbit liver. The action of anti-tubercular drugs on the same system was confined only to a few substrates of the trlcarboxylic acid cycle.|
|Standard no:||Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 1955, 14C, 66-69|
|Appears in Collections:||Biochemistry|
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