Chloramphenicol and chromosomal morphology.

  • K Y Goh
  • Published 1979 in Journal of medicine


Eight-hundred mcg of chloramphenicol (CM) was added to 10 ml of normal phytohemagglutinin-stimulated leukocyte cultures at various stages of cell cycle. The diluent used to dissolve CM was added to the control cultures. The cultures were terminated for chromsomal analyses. More abnormalities were seen in the CM added cultures. The highest incidence was seen… (More)


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