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


Rivista Cubana de Ciencias Veterinarias 19(2): 99-104
Comparative analysis of the action of propolis, sulphaquinoxaline and sulphamethazine in rabbits with coccidiosis
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.


Accession: 001780650



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