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What are the differences between tetracyclic and tetracycline?

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Dr. Robert Roaney
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Tetra- vs Try- cycli: Tetracycline is a broad spectrum antibiotic. Tricyclic is an antidepressant. Type. It also has properties to decrease abdominal cramping (antispasmodic).
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