The Serum Concentration of Penicillin G in Mice, Rabbits, and Men after Its Intramuscular Injection in Aqueous Solution.

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The solutions were injected intramuscularly into the thigh, in a volume of 1 ml per kg in rabbits, and in 0.2-ml volume in mice. In the latter species the injection was partially subcutaneous, because of leakage from the muscle into the surrounding tissues. The courtesy of the manufacturers in supplying the penicillin G used in these studies (Squibb lot… (More)

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@article{Eagle1949TheSC, title={The Serum Concentration of Penicillin G in Mice, Rabbits, and Men after Its Intramuscular Injection in Aqueous Solution.}, author={Harry Eagle and Ralph Fleischman and Arlyne D. Musselman}, journal={Journal of bacteriology}, year={1949}, volume={57 1}, pages={119-26} }