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The red blood cells were coated using a modification of the techniques described by Gallagher et al[3] and Garratty et al.[4] Cefotetan disodium (Stuart Pharmaceuticals, Wilmington, Del) and cefazolin sodium (SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, Philadelphia, Pa) were adjusted to a concentration of 1 mg/mL using phosphate-buffered saline (pH 7.9).
The company's line includes such CNS treatments as the psychotropic drugs amitriptyline and fluphenazine to treat depression; injectable antibiotics cefazolin sodium and tobramycin sulfate; propranolol and triamterene-HCTZ for high blood pressure, and such anti-inflamatories as cyclobenzaprine and sulindac for arthritis.