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Cantharidin Toxicosis to Animal and Human in the World : A Review

@inproceedings{Ghoneim2013CantharidinTT,
  title={Cantharidin Toxicosis to Animal and Human in the World : A Review},
  author={Dr. Karem Ghoneim},
  year={2013}
}
In the order Coleoptera, cantharidin is produced by two families, Meloidae (true blister beetles) and Oedemeridae (false blister beetles). Cantharidin is of veterinary and medical importance, since it is super toxic to animals and humans. The present work was conducted aiming to review the cantharidin investigation and cantharidin toxicosis to animals including pathology, symptomatology, preventive measures and curative treatments. Although cantharidin toxicosis in animals had been widely… Expand
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