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Determination of Clofazimine in Leprosy Patients by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography

Antimicrobial activity of clofazimine is not dependent on mycobacterial C-type phospholipases

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Enhancement of antibacterial activity of clofazimine against Mycobacterium avium-Mycobacterium intracellulare complex infection induced by IFN-gamma is mediated by TNF-alpha.

Activity of a new class of isonicotinoylhydrazones used alone and in combination with isoniazid, rifampicin, ethambutol, para-aminosalicylic acid and clofazimine against Mycobacterium tuberculosis

The riminophenazines, clofazimine and B669, inhibit potassium transport in Gram-positive bacteria by a lysophospholipid-dependent mechanism

Clofazimine in the treatment of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis with HIV coinfection in South Africa: a retrospective cohort study


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N,5‐bis(4‐chlorophenyl)‐3,5‐dihydro‐3‐[(1‐methylethyl)imino]‐2‐phenazinamine; an iminophenazine dye with anti‐inflammatory, tuberculostatic, and leprostatic activity. It is used to treat multibacillary or sulfone‐resistant leprosy.

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