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IPRONIDAZOLE     1-methyl-5-nitro-2-propan-2- yl-imidazole

Synonyms: Ipropran, Ipronidazol, Ipronidazolo, Ipronidazolum, Ipropran-d3, ...
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  • A significant improvement in performance was demonstrated with the vitamin E (50 X)--ipronidazole combination and a numerical improvement with the vitamin A (50 X)--ipronidazole combination over ipronidazole alone or the poults fed NRC recommended vitamin levels [2].


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