[Distribution of sulfanilamides and penicillins in the blood and organs of rats after their combined administration].
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Dec 01, 1984
The use of benzylpenicillin and ampicillin in combination with sulfalen or sulfadimethoxine increased the levels of the penicillins and sulfalen in some organs and tissues of rats. This was accompanied by a rise in the concentration gradients of the drugs. It is concluded that the combined use of the penicillins and sulfanilamides determines their increased penetration from the blood into other organs and tissues of the host.
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