antiparasitic

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an·ti·par·a·sit·ic

 (ăn′tē-păr′ə-sĭt′ĭk, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Destroying or inhibiting the growth and reproduction of human or animal parasites.
n.
An antiparasitic drug.

antiparasitic

(ˌæntɪˌpærəˈsɪtɪk)
adj
acting against infection by parasites
n
pharmacol a drug that prevents infection by parasites
Translations

antiparasitic

[ˌæntɪˌpaerəˈsɪtɪk] ADJantiparasitario

antiparasitic

adj antiparasitario
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Moreover, the improvement was achieved without the need for topical or oral antibiotics or anti-parasitic agents.
Campbell from Ireland and Japan's Satoshi Omura were each awarded a quarter share in the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work which led to the effective anti-parasitic drug, ivermectin, which is helping to eradicate river blindness.
Dr Yaqoob said the campaign would continue till the last young animal is cured and then their focus would be the older animals for launching anti-parasitic diseases drive.
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The purpose is to identify leading drug candidates for broad-impact, anti-parasitic therapeutics targeting several orphan diseases including malaria.
The consortium will further develop compounds demonstrating anti-parasitic activity through PDEs as the key drug target.
Under the collaboration, Eisai will work with LSTM, a non-profit institution with a mission to develop and implement new tools and technologies for the control and treatment of tropical diseases, and UoL, a world-class academy that has made major contributions toward understanding the mechanisms of drug action of several classes of anti-parasitic drugs, to identify and develop novel drug candidates that efficiently eliminate the bacteria Wolbachia.
A herbal anti-parasitic was also prescribed to follow the course of Flagyl once it had been completed.
Your doctor will prescribe an anti-parasitic lotion for the whole family.
Parasite-infected monarch butterflies protect their offspring against high levels of parasite growth by laying their eggs on anti-parasitic milkweed.
Second, because anti-inflammatory agents alter the CNS pharmakokinetics of the anti-parasitic agents, their routine use is discouraged.
Hence the identification of natural product leads from diverse natural sources will critically augment the search in anti-parasitic drug discovery (Bero and Quetin-Leclercq 2011; Li and Vederas 2009; Newman and Cragg 2012).