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The diminazene aceturate preparations azidin and Berenil in experimental bovine piroplasmosis

Trudy nauchno kontrol. Inst. vet. Preparatov. 13: 402-404

The diminazene aceturate preparations azidin and Berenil in experimental bovine piroplasmosis

Diminazene aceturate administered at 3.5 mg/kg did not free the infected animals from Babesia bigemina as shown by experimental transmission with blood from the treated animals.

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