lasalocid

lasalocid

a polyether ionophore related chemically to monensin, used as a growth promotant in cattle and coccidiostat in chickens. It is relatively nontoxic but gross overdosage of cattle causes acute heart failure. Horses are very susceptible and the use of the compound in them is prohibited. Animals may be found dead or show dyspnea, mucosal congestion, diarrhea and cardiac irregularity and tachycardia.
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As Hilpert et al [30] mentioned in their report, the protein inhibitor chloramphenicol, together with lasalocid and monensin, interferes with the cell membrane function of methanogens.
Buffers such as sodium bicarbonate and magnesium oxide and antibiotics such as monensin or lasalocid have given good results too (DIVERS & PEEK, 2008b, ENEMARK, 2009; GARRY & McCONNEL, 2015, CONSTABLE et al.
Eating barley too frequently or in excess decreases lambs' preference for barley but sodium bicarbonate and lasalocid attenuate the response.
Liquid chromatography with ultraviolet detection of lasalocid, monensin, salinomycin and narasin in poultry feeds using pre-column derivatization.
The antibiotics used in the DAA and DVA treatments were: Lasalocid 15% (0.
5 kg BW) fitted with ruminal cannulae were used to evaluate the effects of lasalocid on digestion ruminal kinetics and nitrogen balance using two diets with different nitrogen source e.
Effects of daily and weekly rotations of lasalocid and monensin plus tylosin compared with continuous feeding of each ionophore on daily dry matter intake and digesta kinetics.
Development and validation of an hplc method to determine lasalocid in raw milk samples from dairy cows INTRODUCTION
Carcass traits and meat quality of male lambs fed monensin or lasalocid.
Their result details how a soil bacterium, Streptomyces lasaliensis, is able to convert an epoxide into a six-membered cyclic ether during synthesis of lasalocid, a natural polyether antibiotic.
Los principales coccidiostaticos ionoforos son los siguientes: lasalocid, monensina sodica, narasina, salinomicina, maduramicina, nicarbazina, amprolium.
Nicarbazin and lasalocid are residues from drugs given to chickens to prevent disease and are regarded as too dangerous for use in human medicine.