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Antihelmintic

1. destructive to parasitic worms; called also antihelmintic and vermifugal. 2.

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IN VITRO ANTIHELMINTIC PROPERTY OF VARIOUS SEED OILS
CUCUMIS MYRIOCARPUS BIOTEST SOLUTIONS WITH
CUCUMIS MYRIOCARPUS BIOTEST SOLUTIONS WITH ANTIHELMINTIC. AND ANTIBACTERIAL PROPERTIES. BY.
Antiprotozoal Drugs
Nov 6, 2008 Antihelmintic drugs.
The antihelmintic flubendazole inhibits microtubule function through
antihelmintic drugs, with potential antileukemia and antimyeloma activity.
Redalyc.Detection of antihelmintic resistance to 15% albendazole of
In order to assess the antihelmintic efficacy of Albendazole in a.

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Scientists find genetic resistance to bovine TB in cattle
Research led by Professor Andy Tait, at the University of Glasgow, to understand how increasing nematode resistance to antihelmintic drugs, another major problem in sheep, has developed and spread through the worm population.

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Anthelmintic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
antihelmintic - definition of antihelmintic in the Medical dictionary
1. destructive to parasitic worms; called also antihelmintic and vermifugal. 2.
Antihelmintic - definition of Antihelmintic by the Free Online
Antihelmintic drugs on Antibioticslist.com
Helminthiasis is a group of diseases (invasions), caused by parasitic worms.
Impact of Anti-Giardia and Antihelmintic Treatment on Infant Growth

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