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Bacteriostasis is a process or method of preventing of the growth, reproduction and spread of bacteria, without the bacteria being killed. Bacteriostasis state can be attained by the action of a chemical agent which prevents the growth of bacteria (it keeps them in the stationary phase of growth.
Clindamicin and Chloramphenicol are examples of bacteriostatic antibiotics that slow or stop the bacterial growth, usually by the inhibition of protein synthesis.
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