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Comparative analysis of the action of propolis, sulphaquinoxaline and sulphamethazine in rabbits with coccidiosis



Comparative analysis of the action of propolis, sulphaquinoxaline and sulphamethazine in rabbits with coccidiosis



Rivista Cubana de Ciencias Veterinarias 19(2): 99-104



Groups of 3 rabbits, 45 days old, infected with Eimeria magna, E. media and E. perforans, were treated orally for 2 weeks with a 3% alcoholic solution of propolis, 0.2% sulphamethazine, 0.1% sulphaquinoxaline, or 95% alcohol (control). It was found that the coccidiostatic effect of propolis was superior to that of the two sulphonamides.

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