A review on the anti-parasitic activity of ruthenium compounds
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by Shibam Chakraborty, Sumit Ghosh, Shauryabrota Dalui and Avijit Dey
4h ago
There are many infectious diseases in the world caused by parasites. Among them, toxoplasmosis, American trypanosomiasis, African trypanosomiasis, leishmaniasis, neosporosis and malaria are more common and con ..read more
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Evidences of in vivo cytotoxic and apoptotic potential of anthelmintic phytochemical kaempferol derivative isolated from Lysimachia ramosa (Wall. ex Duby) in Wistar rats
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by Ashish Sarkar, Deepjyoti Dev and Bishnupada Roy
2d ago
Lysimachia ramosa (Wall. ex Duby) is a traditionally used medicinal plant in Meghalaya, a northeastern state of India. The people use the leaves of the plant to cure gastrointestinal worm infection. Kaempferol de ..read more
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A comprehensive examination of camel (Camelus Dromedaries) otic prominence through morphological and CT imaging studies
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by Mohamed W. El-Sherif and Mohamed A. Nazih
2w ago
This study explored the morphological anatomy of otic prominences in camels using advanced computed tomography (CT). Nine adult cadaver camel heads underwent CT scanning to generate detailed images of the otic ..read more
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Effect of dietary seaweed Caulerpa racemosa on growth, biochemical, non-specific immunity, and disease resistance to Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Cirrhinus mrigala
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by Cholaraj Ragunath and Venkatachalam Ramasubramanian
1M ago
The green seaweed Caulerpa racemosa possesses highly potential elements in animal forages and human use since ancient times. The current study was designed to investigate the antioxidants, phytochemical propertie ..read more
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Exochorionic pattern of ten sand fly species (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) from Mexico
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by Yokomi N. Lozano-Sardaneta, Herón Huerta, Berenit Mendoza-Garfias and Atilano Contreras-Ramos
1M ago
Phlebotomine sand flies are of biological importance because of their role as vectors of several pathogens. Morphological identification faces challenges to separate related species; therefore, the study of im ..read more
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Histological features of the gastrointestinal tract of elongate tigerfish, Hydrocynus forskahlii (Cuvier, 1819), from Lake Albert
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by Nasser Kasozi, Gerald D. Iwe, Sandra Langi, Victoria T. Namulawa and John Walakira
1M ago
The tigerfish (Hydrocynus forskahlii) is an important food fish in different regions of Africa. As such, interest in its performance and nutritional requirements as a potential candidate for aquaculture is increa ..read more
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Histopathological alterations in the vital organs of Indian major carp Labeo rohita exposed to monosodium glutamate (MSG)
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by Nandhini Perumalsamy, Geetha Nandagopalan and Ramesh Mathan
1M ago
Monosodium glutamate (MSG E621) is one of the most popular flavouring agents of modern times and is widely used in many commercially packed food and even in house hold cooking. Previous studies revealed that e ..read more
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Efficacy of combined formulation of bromadiolone and cholecalciferol in reducing rodent population and damage in agricultural crop fields
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by Diksha Saggi and Neena Singla
1M ago
Field rodents cause significant damage to standing crops in agroecosystems at vulnerable stages. Of all the methods available, chemical rodent control is the most practical and economically feasible. Laborator ..read more
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Embryotoxicity of fluconazole on developing chick embryos
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by Rao Zahid Sattar, Asif Bilal, Sadia Bashir, Anisa Iftikhar and Irfan Yaqoob
2M ago
Fluconazole is a first-generation triazole used as an antifungal treatment for skin, hair, and nail infections. The study aimed to assess the embryotoxicity and teratological effects of fluconazole on chick em ..read more
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Unveiling polymorphism and protein structure prediction insights in diacylglycerol O-acyltransferase 1 and telethonin genes of Egyptian buffalo
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by Sahar M. Helalia, Aida I. El Makawy, Neama I. Ali, Nagwa H. A. Hassan and Mohamed S. Hassanane
3M ago
The Egyptian buffalo has a sizable impact on Egypt's agricultural sector and food supply. It is regarded as the main dairy animal and an important source of red meat. This study aimed to detect the polymorphis ..read more
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