1989
DOI: 10.1590/s0036-46651989000100010
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Abstract: RESUMOPara tratamento da estrongiloidíase humana disseminada são desejáveis medicamentos eficientes em debelar o parasitismo por larvas e vermes adultos e, aplicá-veis também pela via parenteral, para contornar dificuldades motivadas pelo estado de determinados pacientes. Por isso, foi realizado estudo baseado na infecção experimental de ratos pelo Strongyloides venezuelensis e administração de ivermectina ou de levamisol injetáveis.Os dois fármacos mostraram-se ativos quando usados em doses únicas, de 0,2 a 0… Show more

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“…Strongyloides venezuelensis (Brumpt, 1934) (SVZ), a parasitic nematode of rodents, has been used recently as a suitable parasite model for the studies of biology [21,27,30,32], immunology [8,11,16], morphology [9,12,32], biochemical characteristic [31,33], worm expulsion mechanism [2,13], and nematocidal activity [7,20,22,28]. Our previous studies on SVZ have been made to establish the foundation of an in vitro cultivation technique [1,3] and described that Mongolian gerbil was a suitable carrier animal model for persistent infection [4].…”
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