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The effects of methyl-5(6)-butyl-2-benzimidazole carbamate (parbendazole) on reproduction in sheep and other animals



The effects of methyl-5(6)-butyl-2-benzimidazole carbamate (parbendazole) on reproduction in sheep and other animals



Cornell Veterinarian 64(Supplement 4): 110



The general picture emerging from the nine papers in this supplement (each abstracted separately) is that of a compound which is teratogenic for sheep and rats, but not for cattle, pigs, rabbits or hamsters. This disparity in the response of different species again emphasizes the well known limitations of animal experiments in general and the caution needed to avoid attempts at facile extrapolations from one species to another.

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