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A comparison of the bioequivalence of 0.5% fenbendazole top dress pellets or 10% fenbendazole oral suspension against a spectrum of equine parasites



A comparison of the bioequivalence of 0.5% fenbendazole top dress pellets or 10% fenbendazole oral suspension against a spectrum of equine parasites



Veterinary Parasitology 83(1): 79-85



A controlled test was conducted to assess the efficacy bioequivalence of a single dose of 0.5% fenbendazole (FBZ) top dress pellets to a 10% FBZ suspension formulation. 30 horses with naturally-acquired large and small strongyle infections were treated with 5 mg/kg FBZ in one or other formulation, or a placebo.

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PMID: 10392771

DOI: 10.1016/s0304-4017(99)00041-2


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