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Which of the following is the most effective drug against M. leprae ?a...

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nder Leprosy rapidly non contagious. It acts by inhibiting mycobacterial DNA dependent RNA synthesis.Reference:Essentials of Medical Pharmacology By KD Tripathi, 5th Edition, Pages

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2013-11-16 10:40:52
following most effective drug against leprae Dapsoneb Rifampicin Clofazamined ProthionamideRifampicin isonly bactericidal drug amongstanti leprosy drugs can render Leprosy rapidly non contagious acts inhibiting mycobacterial DNA dependent RNA synthesisReference:EssentialsMedical Pharmacology Tripathi 5th Edition Pages 700 709-11 713
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