parasiticidal


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Synonyms for parasiticidal

capable of expelling or destroying parasitic worms

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Paradoxically, nitric oxide, which has been reported to be a parasiticidal molecule, with a direct effect on protoscolices and cyst envelopes [33], should be of benefit to the host in the resistance against the parasite.
In vitro parasiticidal effect of nitazoxanide against Echinococcus multilocularis metacestodes.
Among patients who have AIDS and Chagas disease reactivation with CNS involvement, early parasiticidal and HAART treatment can improve the poor prognosis (2,3).
55 Eugenia Stimulating, carminative, antibacterial, caryophyllus antiviral, fungicidal, parasiticidal, (Spreng.) general stimulant, nerve tonic, uterine Bullock tonic, cutaneous purifier.
Thiosemicarbazide and its derivatives are an important class of synthetic compounds, having large variety of applications due to their wide spectrum of biological activities [2]including antiviral [3] and antitumoral [4] as well as parasiticidal activity against Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium berghei [5], Trypanosoma cruzi [6-8] Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense [9], and Toxoplasma gondii [10].
However, these researchers point out that bioactive compounds may not necessarily possess direct parasiticidal effect but may have other pharmacological properties such as antipyretic, analgesic or immunostimulatory.
[22,1] reported that the effect of ivermectin seems to depend not only on its parasiticidal action but relies also on an activation of host immunocompetence .
(1) Since the use of cyclosporine has become a cornerstone in prophylactic immunosuppression, this syndrome has become exceedingly rare, owing to the strong parasiticidal effect of the drug against a wide range of organisms, as documented in mice and humans.
Because the reactive oxygen species are well known in vertebrates as strong microbicidal and parasiticidal effectors (Klebanoff 1968, Babior 1978, Nakagawara et al.
Synthesis and structure-activity relationships of parasiticidal thiosemicarbazone cysteine protease inhibitors against Plasmodium falciparum, Trypanosoma brucei, and Trypanosoma cruzi.
Both active ingredients are combined in a formulation that features a carrier system to deliver effective parasiticidal action.
Get your vet to confirm the diagnosis and supply a parasiticidal treatment.
In addition to the antibiotic activity of many metabolites from these bacteria, other bioactivity, such as anticancer, insecticidal, nematicidal, antiviral and parasiticidal activity, is anticipated due to the role these bacteria play in the insect-nematode-bacterial complexes.