closantel

closantel

an anthelmintic effective against Fasciola hepatica, Haemonchus contortus and nasal bots. Has a long residual effect on H. contortus.
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Unless acute disease is suspected or diagnosed in cattle, a flukicide that acts against late immature and adult fluke stages should be selected, such as closantel, clorsulon or nitroxynil, for treatment in the autumn and winter months.
Closantel and nitroxynil are effective too, and at normal dose rates will give a good kill from about the six-week stage.
All sheep were treated for intemal parasites with closantel (Seponver, Coopers Animal Health) in August 1999 before entry onto the treatment plots.
Etude epidemiologique de la schistosomose des petits ruminants dans la zone sylvo-pastorale (Linguere-Senegal) et essai de traitement an praziquantel et au closantel en systeme d'elevage extensif [doctoral thesis].
Nitarsone, Chromium Picolinate, Vc-2-ester tripolyphosphate, Closantel, Diclazuril and Cyromazine.
An improved thyroid hormone reporter assay to determine the thyroid hormonelike activity of amiodarone, bithionol, closantel and rafoxanide.
If cattle were not treated at the time of housing, a dose of nitroxynil (Trodax) or closantel should be given now to remove liver flukes picked up from pasture before animals were brought in.
A computational analysis of the binding mode of closantel as inhibitor of the Onchocerca volvulus chitinase: Insights on macrofilaricidal drug design.
Researchers claim that the drug closantel shows 'promise' at disrupting the life cycle of the filaria worm, reported Reuters (February 8).
Washington, Feb 10 (ANI): Closantel, an old drug used to treat sheep and cattle infected with liver fluke, may prove effective in fighting river blindness in humans, a major cause of infection-related blindness, according to a new study.