levamisole


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Related to levamisole: Levamisole hydrochloride
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levamisole

n levamisol m
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Levamisole associated neutropenia and autoimmune granulocytotoxins.
Efficacy of closantel, albendazole and levamisole on an ivermectin resistant strain of Haemonchus contortus in sheep was studied by Waruiru (1997) and was declared that all the anthelmintics resulted in decreased worm load in animals infected with the susceptible strain (albendazole, 99.
At the subsequent disciplinary inquiries, in which Bowen was twice fined pounds 1,000, the source of the pemoline in Contact Dancer was never found, but the tetramisole discovered in the other three horses was traced to the use of levamisole, a wormer given on veterinary advice and more usually used on sheep and cattle.
1984) observaram, no Planalto Catarinense, que animais apos o desmame, tratados a cada 45 dias com levamisole, reduziram em um ano e meio o tempo gasto para atingir 380kg, quando comparado com bovinos nao-tratados.
Effects of immunostimulation with OK432, coenzyme Q10, or levamisole on dimethylhydrazine-induced colonic carcinogenesis in rats.
Levamisole was used as reference standard (Perett and Whitfield, 1995, Asha et al.
Likewise, prednisone, levamisole, and interleukin-2 have not been shown to be effective.
The Drug Enforcement Administration was the first organization to report the presence of levamisole (LVM) as a cutting agent in illicit cocaine (Valentino & Fuentecilla, 2005).
Many drugs have been used, including diethylcarbamazine, ivermectin, mebendazole, levamisole, albendazole, and thiabendazole (1).
Levamisole is a pharmaceutical agent typically used as an anthelmintic in livestock, but, since 2007, it has increasingly been found as an adulterant in cocaine.