antiamebic

antiamebic

 [an″te-ah-me´bik]
1. destroying or suppressing the growth of amebas.
2. a type of antiprotozoal agent that particularly destroys or suppresses the growth of amebas.

antiamebic

/an·ti·ame·bic/ (-ah-me´bik) destroying or suppressing the growth of amebas, or an agent that does this.

antiamebic

[an′ti·əmē′bik]
pertaining to a medication that treats amebic infections.

antiamebic

1. destroying or suppressing the growth of amebae.
2. an agent that destroys or suppresses the growth of amebae.
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Members of the phenanthroindolizidine alkaloid class are known to exhibit pronounced cytotoxicity and antiamebic, antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory activities and to also inhibit enzymes involved in the synthesis of DNA and proteins, and several alkaloids and their N-oxides (32-35) were obtained from the extract of F.
In that case an early diagnosis of PAM was made via an astute technician's visualization of ameba on a wet-mount of CSF, and aggressive antiamebic therapy was started promptly.
Oral immunization with attenuated vaccine strains of Vibrio cholerae expressing a dodecapeptide repeat of the serine-rich Entamoeba histolytica protein fused to the cholera toxin B subunit induces systemic and mucosal antiamebic and anti-V.
Oral immunization with an attenuated vaccine strain of Salmonella typhimurium expressing the serine-rich Entameba histolytica protein induces an antiamebic immune response and protects gerbils from amebic liver abscess.
Serum antiamebic antibodies to E histolytica appear in patients who develop invasive amebiasis.
histolytica and be treated unnecessarily with antiamebic chemotherapy.
Many cases were misdiagnosed as amebiasis, and treatment with antiamebic drugs contributed to the high mortality (2,3).