Redhill formula has no NAC or tetracycline - opinion of microbiologist?
Was wondering in D W (or any other microbiologist on the forum) could provide any advice around the Redhill CAP formula when used to treat Cpn.
It does not contain NAC or a tetracycline...so could it eradicate the Elementary Body (EB) and Reticulate/Replicating Body (RB) lifestages of Cpn effectively? I guess the formula does contain rifabutin, so would suppress the conversion of EB to RB.
The formula seems like it would hit the Cryptic Cpn lifestage hard.
thanks in advance,