diminazene


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diminazene

a diamidine antiprotozoal agent used as the aceturate.
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Efficacy of trypan[R]: a diminazene based drug as anti-leishmanial agent.
Diminazene aceturate (Berenil RTU (d)) 5 mg/kg deep i/m also.
5 mg/ kg of 7% diminazene aceturate through a deep intramuscular (i.
evansi is based on antiprotozoal drugs such as suramine, diminazene aceturate, quinapyramine, melarsoprol and isometamidium (18).
4 mg/kg body weight intramuscularly, while horses of group C were treated with diminazene diaceturate at a dose rate of 3.
Instituiu-se tratamento com transfusao sanguinea (1 litro), aplicacao de diaceturato de diminazene (3,5mg/Kg, intramuscular) e reposicao de glicose (solucao de ringer simples com glicose a 10%) em velocidade lenta, intravenosa.
Efficacy of imidocarb dipropionate along with oxytetracycline, imidocarb dipropionate alone, diminazene aceturate along with oxytetracycline and diminazene aceturate alone was 100,80, 80 and 70 percent in sheep whereas in goats 100, 80, 90 and 70 percent against babesia respectively, making imidocarb dipropionate along with oxytetracycline the most effective combination in both sheep and goats.
Hematologic examination of cattle in Pakistan during haemoparasitic infections and chemoprophylactic activity of imidocarb, diminazene and oxytetracycline against babesiosis.
50] values for diminazene, DL-a- difluoromethylornithine, metronidazole, ornidazole, and suramin in TC221 cells were in a range of 0.
A competitive enzyme linked immunosorbent assay for the determination of diminazene residues in animal tissues.