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Abbreviation : PUFX
Long Form : prulifloxacin
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2021 Determination of thiourea by terbium (III)/ prulifloxacin sensitized potassium permanganate-sulfite chemiluminescence with quenching method. ---
2013 Sensitive determination of DNA based on the interaction between prulifloxacin-terbium(III) complex and DNA. ---
2010 Investigation on the interaction of prulifloxacin with human serum albumin: a spectroscopic analysis. HSA
2009 Effects of grepafloxacin on the function of human polymorphonuclear leukocytes and the phosphorylation of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase. CL, fMLP, GPFX, MAPK, NQs, PMN, ROS
2009 [Antibacterial activity of quinolones against various clinically isolated strains and evaluation of efficacy based on the pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics theory]. AUC, CPFX, ESBL, GFLX, GRNX, LVFX, MCS, MFLX, MSSA, NFLX, TFLX
2008 Determination of adenosine disodium triphosphate using prulifloxacin-terbium(III) as a fluorescence probe by spectrofluorimetry. ATP
2008 Highly sensitive spectrofluorimetric determination of trace amounts of prulifloxacin using the aluminium(III)-prulifloxacin system. SDBS
2007 Transporter-mediated hepatic uptake of ulifloxacin, an active metabolite of a prodrug-type new quinolone antibiotic prulifloxacin, in rats. UFX
2007 Treatment of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms with a combination of fluoroquinolones and fosfomycin in a rat urinary tract infection model. FOM, PT
10  2003 [In vitro antibacterial activity of prulifloxacin, a new oral fluoroquinolone]. CPFX, FLRX, GFLX, LVFX, TFLX
11  2001 [In vitro antibacterial activity of prulifloxacin, a new oral quinolone, and comparative susceptibility rate at clinical breakpoint MIC]. LVFX, OFLX
12  1996 [Clinical study of prulifloxacin on infectious enteritis. Japan Research Committee of Prulifloxacin, Research Group on Infectious Enteritis]. CPFX, MIC, NA, OFLX, TFLX