Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, July 21st, 2009
"This was demonstrated by flow cytometry of macrophage-associated GFP after exposure of infected cultures to known antileishmanial drugs, i.e. amphotericin B and glucantime (R). Fluorescence of GFP diminished progressively from infected cells with increasing drug concentrations used in both cases," wrote R.E. Varela and colleagues.
The researchers concluded:...
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