Laboratory studies on the anticoccidial activity of septamycin.

@article{Meingassner1977LaboratorySO,
  title={Laboratory studies on the anticoccidial activity of septamycin.},
  author={J. Meingassner and J. Hildebrandt and R. Leskova and H. Mieth},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={1977},
  volume={56 4},
  pages={
          1281-8
        }
}
Abstract The fermentation product septamycin (A 28695 A, Eli Lilly; Nat 25.217, Sandoz) was tested in vitro and in controlled battery experiments against various Eimeria species of the chicken. Complete inhibition of the development of E. tenella in chick kidney cell cultures occurred with a septamycin concentration of 0.01 μg./ml. Development beyond the trophozoite stage was completely blocked by this concentration added 3 h. after sporozoite inoculation; some host cell cytotoxicity was… Expand
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