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Contribution à l'évaluation de plantes tropicales pour un usage anthelminthique

Abstract : Gastrointestinal strongles are parasitic worms of the digestive tract that are generally found in cattle, goats and sheep. Levamisole is an anthelmintic molecule used in various forms to block the drawing of worms, that is to say to block the passage from stage L3 (non-infesting) to stage L4 (infesting). However, repetitive use of this molecule has led to resistance in parasites The secondary metabolites of some tropical plants have an anthelmintic power. The intership revolves around this property. Thus, from a mixture of plants we have qualitatively and quantitatively highlighted these molecules of interest. In addition, we looked for a levamisole concentration where 100% of the larvae are sheathed at a specific time. This latest experiment will then evaluate the anthelmintic power of the target molecules as well as, more generally, that of tropical plants.
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Pierre Dimitri. Contribution à l'évaluation de plantes tropicales pour un usage anthelminthique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨hal-03216334⟩

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