parasiticidal


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par·a·sit·i·ci·dal

(par'ă-sit'i-sī'dăl),
Destructive to parasites.

par·a·sit·i·ci·dal

(par'ă-sīt-i-sī'dăl)
Destructive to parasites.
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This case illustrates that parasiticidal treatment may decrease parasitic load and prevent vertical transmission of T.
Complete resection of liver lesions is possible in only one third of the cases, and parasitostatic and sometimes parasiticidal (2) treatment is available with benzimidazole compounds (albendazole or mebendazole).
Artemisinin increased production of NO and mRNA expression of iNOS to levels present in uninfected macrophages and enhanced the release of Th1 cytokines (IFN-[gamma]) suggesting that Artemisinin is directly parasiticidal and indirectly exerts an immunomodulatory activity (Sen et al.
An oxylipin 3(S)-16, 17-didehydrofalcarinol isolated from Tridax procambens (Asteraceae) showed direct parasiticidal effect, independent of NO production in macrophages (Martin-Quintal et al.
Exhibit 29: Veterinary Parasiticidal Products Market Veterinary Implants Market by Region (US, Europe, ROW), 2008-14
Parasiticidal effect of chemotherapy in alveolar hydatid disease: review of experience with mebendazole and albendazole in Alaskan Eskimos.
Plants of the Annonaceae family are very important sources of edible fruits and material for perfumery, and are used in folk medicine in various capacities, such as antitumoral, parasiticidal and antidiarrhoeal agents (Correa, 1926; Leboeuf et al.
Cambria Biosciences will use its chemical genetics platform to elucidate the molecular targets -- and important functional sites within those targets -- that have responded to Pfizer's candidate parasiticidal compounds.
In the first phase (first screening), the parasiticidal effect of compounds against three species of protozoan parasites will be measured in vitro.