Sensitivity of field isolates of Eimeria acervulina to salinomycin, maduramicin, and a mixture of clopidol and methyl benzoquate in the chicken

Kawazoe, U.; Chapman, H.D.; Shaw, M.

Avian Pathology Journal of the W.V.P.A 20(3): 439-446

1991


ISSN/ISBN: 0307-9457
PMID: 18680040
DOI: 10.1080/03079459108418782
Accession: 007780229

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Abstract
Lerbek was more effective than salinomycin, and salinomycin more effective than maduramicin, against field isolates of E. acervulina obtained from farms where salinomycin had been used continuously for 30 crops. Salinomycin was the most effective drug against isolates of E. acervulina from farms where various shuttle programmes had been employed. Lerbek and maduramicin were ineffective against these isolates.