trichlorfon

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trichlorfon

(traɪˈklɔːfɒn)
n
1. (Chemistry) an organophosphorus insecticide
2. (Agriculture) an organophosphorus insecticide
Also called: metrifonate
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Bieber et al., "Metrifonate treatment of the cognitive deficits of Alzheimer's disease," Neurology, vol.
Effects of hydrogen peroxide and metrifonate on monogenean Ligictaluridus floridanus on catfish (Ictalurus punctatus, Rafinesque) gills.
Kinoti, "Metrifonate or praziquantel treatment improves physical fitness and appetite of Kenyan schoolboys with Schistosoma haematobium and hookworm infections," American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol.
Kulkarni, "Comparative brain cholinesterase-inhibiting activity of Glycyrrhiza glabra, Myristica fragrans, ascorbic acid, metrifonate in mice," Journal of Medicinal Food, vol.
Effects of praziquantel and metrifonate on Schistosoma bovis infections in Sudanese cattle.
Several drugs have been used in the treatment of Schistosoma infection, and notable among them are oxamniquine, metrifonate, artemisinin derivatives, and praziquantel.
Several other drugs such as artemether (an antimalarial drug), oxamniquine, and metrifonate have been used but with limited success.
CHIRICO and TAUSON (2002), reported the use of traps containing metrifonate at 2%, revealing that traps placed on mite hidings, away from fowl, resulted in reductions of 95 to 99% in populations of hematophagous mites.
Effects of praziquantel, miclosamide, levamisole hydrochloride and metrifonate on Monogenea (Gyrodactylus aculeati, Diplozoon paradoxum).
The ratio of inhibited, aged, and uninhibited forms of dimethyl phosphorylated AChE was delineated by their MS molecular weight signatures with tissue from a single mouse treated with sublethal doses of metrifonate (a DMOP inhibitor).
[12.] Stephenson LS, Kinoti SN, Latham MC, Kurz KM and J Kyobe Single dose metrifonate or praziquantel treatment in Kenyan children.