filaricidal

fi·lar·i·ci·dal

(fi-lar'i-sī'dăl),
Fatal to filariae.

filaricidal

adjective Referring to an agent that kills filariae.

fi·lar·i·ci·dal

(fi-lar'i-sī'dăl)
Fatal to filariae.

filaricide

(fĭ-lār′ĭ-sīd) [″ + caedere, to kill]
Something that destroys Filaria.
filaricidal (-sīd′ăl), adjective
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The gender dependent difference in adult filaricidal effect of tetracycline could be attributed to the differences in Wolbachia load of the filarial worms.
Pharmacological studies have shown that it has uterontonic, anti-malarial (Weenen et al., 1990), antibacterial (Mensah et al., 1990), anti-inflammatory and analgesic, filaricidal, free-radical scavenging (Ekuadzi et al., 2014), anti-allergic, and anti-arthritic activities (Obiri et al., 2014).
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