doramectin


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doramectin

a macrocyclic lactone parasiticide, one of the avermectins used as an antiparasitic agent in agricultural animals.
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V013036, Doramectin 1Per Cent (10Mg/Ml), Bottle Of 100 Ml,Inj
In cattle, Levamisole @ 5 mg/kg, SC and Ivermectin and Doramectin, both at 0.
The efficiency of avermectins (abamectin, doramectin and ivermectin) in the control of Boophilus microplus, in artificially infested bovines kept in field conditions.
Degradation of abamectin and doramectin on sheep grazed pasture.
Detection of the nt230 (del4) MDR1 mutation in White Swiss Shepherd dogs: case reports of doramectin toxicosis, breed predisposition, and microsatellite analysis.
2008) used intramuscular administration of Doramectin (200 bbp/kg of fish weight) of heavily infected adults and brood stocks of carps infected with Lernaea cyprinace.
2) Macrocyclic Lactone injections (ivermectin, doramectin, moxidectin etc) - these are popular, as they worm as well and are probably better in pregnant sheep (from the point of view of stress).
Detection of the nt230(del4)MDR1 mutation in White Swiss Shepherd dogs: Case reports of doramectin toxicosis, breed predispositions, and microsatellite analysis.
Other avermectins can also cause toxicity, including doramectin (Dectomax), eprinomectin (Eprinex), and abamectin.
Doramectin administration (with Ivermectin are in one family) after 14 and 21 days respectively 99.
Gayrard and et al (1999) says that can use of Ivermectin and Doramectin for control of gastrointestinal parasites in cattle.