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Zanil     2,3,5-trichloro-N-(3,5- dichloro-2-hydroxy...

Synonyms: Zanilox, Diplin, Oxyclozanid, Oxiclozanida, Oxyclozanide, ...
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  • The 17 kDa antigen was detected in the sera of infected sheep as early as 1 week after infection and, following chemotherapy with oxyclozanide, negative seroconversion occurred 2 weeks later [9].


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