Sexually transmitted diseases, 1981; 8 (3) doi:
Authors: Bowie W R
Abstract: Clindamycin hydrochloride was moderately active in vitro against Chlamydia trachomatis when it was added to the culture system 1 hr, but not 48 hr, after inoculation of test organisms. Clindamycin is almost as active in vitro against C. trachomatis as is erythromycin in vitro; this finding suggests that clindamycin might have clinically significant activity in vivo.
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