thiabendazole


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thiabendazole

[‚thī·ə′ben·də‚zōl]
(organic chemistry)
C10H7N3S A white powder with a melting point of 304-305°C; controls fungi on citrus fruits, sugarbeets, turf, and ornamentals, and roundworms of cattle and other animals. Also known as 2-(4-thiazolyl)benzimidazole.
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Angheben et al., "Randomized clinical trial on ivermectin versus thiabendazole for the treatment of strongyloidiasis," PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, vol.
The elimination of equine strongyles and haematological and pathological consequences following larvicidal dose of thiabendazole. Vet.
A randomized trial of single- and two-dose ivermectin versus thiabendazole for treatment of strongyloidiasis.
Thiabendazole, also known as Mintezol, is less effective than Ivermectin.
Traditionally, plant diseases control is achieved mainly through the use of fungicides such as thiabendazole, imazalil and sodium ortho-phenyl phenate were available for postharvest treatment to reduce decay and extend the shelf-life of fruits [13,23].
Os fungicidas mais eficientes usados no controle quimico de Monilinia fructicola em pessegos, na pos-colheita, segundo Andrade & Matos (1996), foram iprodione, vinclozolin e triforine, enquanto benomil, thiabendazole, benomil + captan e thiabendazole + captan nao controlaram o fungo, resultando em indice de doenca semelhante ao da testemunha.
Plus, a thiabendazole (TBZ) based dispersion, provides better protection for exterior applications while also offering a favorable toxicological and ecotoxicological profile.
The antihelminthic agents thiabendazole, albendazole, and ivermectin are used to treat strongyloidiasis.
Stronglyoides infections in dogs can be treated with ivermectin or thiabendazole. In cats, fenbendazole is used.