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The differential attachment of antibiotics to glycoprotein and blood lymphocytes
  1. B. A. Saggers,
  2. David Lawson
  1. Queen Mary's Hospital for Children, Carshalton, Surrey


    The differential attraction in vitro of antibiotics to blood lymphocytes and salivary glycoprotein was studied in an attempt to determine the distribution of antibiotics in sputum. Results from studies in vivo on sputum antibiotic levels are also presented.

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