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Synonyms for imidazole

an organic base C3H4N2

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Tales resultados demuestran un aumento de la resistencia al compararlos con relevamientos anteriores, donde fue del 55% para ivermectina y del 10% para benzimidazoles (1).
Trisacetyl-galloyl chloride (3) and 1-hydroxyethyl-2-substituted phenoxymethyl benzimidazoles (6) and were synthesized according to previous reports [7, 49, 50].
Bioremediation of carbendazim, a benzimidazole fungicide using Brevibacillus borstelensis and Streptomyces albogriseolus together.
CBZ is a systemic benzimidazole fungicide, and is the main metabolite of benomyl, used to control a broad range of diseases on arable crops (cereals, oilseed rape), fruits and vegetables, and also in post-harvest food storage (Hicks, 1998).
Ostertagia, Trichostrongylus and Cooperia species against Benzimidazoles, imidazothiazoles and macrocyclic lactones while Fasciola hepatica against benzimidazoles.
Estas limitaciones al tratamiento quirurgico en cuanto a la recurrencia o reinfeccion han motivado que se expanda cada vez mas el tratamiento medico con benzimidazoles carbamatos, principalmente albendazol.
Thiabendazole has been widely used and recently several other anthelmintics have been developed and approved for use in adult horses including benzimidazole compounds (Drudge et al 1975).
Surgical resection or drug therapy with benzimidazoles (mebendazole and albendazole) and percutaneous drainage have been accepted as the first line of treatment in patients with an active hydatid cyst.
Many papers referring to the action of benomyl favorably to the occurrence of sprouting, as indeed observed here was somewhat expected, since carbendazim is also a compound that belongs to the family of benzimidazoles and when degrade, generates two compounds, which are benomyl and thiophanate-methyl (Anastassiades et al.
Se recomienda dar tratamiento con pamoato de pirantel a dosis de 10 mg/ kg/dia durante 3 dias, con tasas de curacion del 80% y de erradicacion de huevos del 95%, o tambien se pueden usar benzimidazoles (albendazol: 400 mg/dia durante 3 dias o mebendazol: 100 mg/dia durante 3 dias), con tasas de curacion para el albendazol del 55% y erradicacion de huevos del 98%, y para el mebendazol del 22% y del 82%, respectivamente.
Benzimidazoles can be easily constructed via classical synthetic route from the condensations of 1,2-phenylenediamine with carboxylic acid functional group.
lutea which plays a major role in conferring resistance to fungicides specifically benzimidazoles.
Because even toxic effects of Benzimidazoles are usually reversible like in our patient (Case 9); it relapses and impedes prolonged use of therapy.
The new product is effective against strains of parasites resistant to benzimidazoles, levamisole, macrocyclic lactones and combinations of these.
After a history of the development of fungicide resistance, the book details the status, detection, and management of resistance in various species of detrimental fungi and reports on the actions of various groups of fungicides, such as benzimidazoles, SBIs, phenylamides, carboxylic acid amides, and Qols.