antischistosomal

an·ti·schis·to·so·mal

(an'tē-shis'tō-sō'mal),
1. Destructive or harmful to schistosomes.
2. An agent capable of affecting the viability of schistosomes.

antischistosomal

/an·ti·schis·to·so·mal/ (-shis″to-so´m'l)
1. effective against schistosomes.
2. an agent that is destructive to schistosomes.
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Molluscicidal and antischistosomal activities of methanol extracts and isolated compounds from Eucalyptus globulus and Melaleuca styphelioides.
The role of parenteral antischistosomal therapy in the spread of hepatitis C virus in Egypt.
Most of those studies used antischistosomal drugs other than praziquantel.
The current study demonstrated that administration of N sativa crushed seeds to mice harboring S mansoni have shown potential antischistosomal activity against the different developmental stages of thee parasites, immature larveae (schistosomula, < 14 days Pi, G3), during schistosomula maturation (14-21 days PI,G4), at the time of schistosomula maturation (>21days PI,G5) and after the beginning of egg laying (>35 days PI,G6) (Davies et al.
Crystal structures of a schistosomal drug and vaccine target: glutathione S-transferase from Schistosoma japonica and its complex with the leading antischistosomal drug praziquantel.
In a bibliographical survey, we found no studies on in vivo antischistosomal activities of [beta]-lap, these activities being described here for the first time.
Biochemical evaluation of a new antischistosomal agent namely Ro 15-9268 against the Egyptian strain of Schistosoma mansoni and the study of its side effects in male albino mice.
6%) of 69 PCVs who served in Madagascar had antischistosomal antibodies (5).
HHV-8 association with antischistosomal antibodies was not significant for men (OR 2.
Early antischistosomal treatment might, in fact, worsen symptoms (7).