High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Chloramphenicol (INN) is
a bacteriostatic antimicrobial that became available in 1949. It is
considered a prototypical broad-spectrum antibiotic, alongside the
tetracyclines, and as it is both cheap and easy to manufacture it
is frequently found as a drug of choice in the third world.
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