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    Minocin

    GENERIC NAME(S): MINOCYCLINE HCL

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    MINOCIN 50 MG PELLETIZED CAP
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    color
    green
    shape
    oblong
    imprint
    Triax M050, Triax 50 mg
    MINOCIN 75 MG PELLETIZED CAP
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    color
    white
    shape
    oblong
    imprint
    Onset M075, Onset 75mg
    MINOCIN 100 MG PELLETIZED CAP
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    color
    light green
    shape
    oblong
    imprint
    MO 100, Triax 100mg
    MINOCIN 50 MG PELLETIZED CAP

    Identification

    color
    green
    shape
    oblong
    imprint
    Triax M050, Triax 50 mg
    This medicine is a green, oblong capsule imprinted with "Triax M050" and "Triax 50 mg".
    MINOCIN 75 MG PELLETIZED CAP

    Identification

    color
    white
    shape
    oblong
    imprint
    Onset M075, Onset 75mg
    This medicine is a white, oblong capsule imprinted with "Onset M075" and "Onset 75mg".
    MINOCIN 100 MG PELLETIZED CAP

    Identification

    color
    light green
    shape
    oblong
    imprint
    MO 100, Triax 100mg
    This medicine is a light green, oblong capsule imprinted with "MO 100" and "Triax 100mg".

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