(p<0.001) With treatment of levamisole
, and GSE 25 as well as 50 mg/kg the relative organ weights were significantly increased in comparison to that of CP treated rats as shown in Table-1.
Only treatment of Levamisole
has been tried with three injections at weekly interval in repeat breeder cases and 60 percent conception rate has been recorded by Kaswain et al.
"It's a little bit like having HIV" said Dr Noah Craft, a dermatologist at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, during a 2011 spate of levamisole
poisoning cases in the US.
The aim ofthis study is to determine the capability of levamisole
to enhance the humoral antibody response and cell-mediated immunity as well as protective capacity of [RB.sub.51] vaccine in mice against challenge with virulent B.
An example is a farmer I found using Levamisole
to deworm her sheep, yet the worms she had seen the sheep voiding were tapeworms.
hydrochloride salt is an anthelmintic and immunomodulator belonging to a class of synthetic imidazothiazole derivatives.
A combination of 0.5mg/kg moxidectin, 9.06mg/kg oxfendazole, 15mg/kg levamisole
HCI, and 0.08 mg/kg selenium was administered.
Mice in the positive control group were given 2.5 mg/kg BW/d levamisole
hydrochloride (LH) in a similar manner as the sublancin treatment.
The Drug Enforcement Administration was the first organization to report the presence of levamisole
(LVM) as a cutting agent in illicit cocaine (Valentino & Fuentecilla, 2005).
Many treatment methods, such as oral or topical phenylalanine administration, benefiting from the antioxidant effects of alpha-lipoic acid preparations, oral administration of vitamin B12, folic acid, other vitamins and trace elements, use of oral levamisole
, use of topical prostaglandin analog, topical application of placental extract (melagenina), topical application of 5-FU, and kheillin+ultraviolet A application, are included in experimental treatments (6-10).
Many drugs have been used, including diethylcarbamazine, ivermectin, mebendazole, levamisole
, albendazole, and thiabendazole (1).
is a pharmaceutical agent typically used as an anthelmintic in livestock, but, since 2007, it has increasingly been found as an adulterant in cocaine.