Albendazole can inhibit the growth and reproduction of the worm body, by inhibiting the intestine of the worm or absorbing the protein in the cells, resulting in the worm body can not ingest the sugar on which it depends, so that the worm endogenous glycogen is depleted, and inhibits the fumarate-reductase system, prevents the production of adenosine triphosphate, resulting in the worm body can not survive and reproduce, and eventually the worm body gradually dies due to energy exhaustion.
Albendazole is a broad-spectrum thiabendazole repellent that can be used both for human and veterinary purposes. Albendazole has the effect of completely killing hookworm eggs and whipworm eggs and partially killing roundworm eggs, and can also kill and repel various nematodes that live in animals, and also has obvious killing and repellent effects on tapeworms and cysticercosis.
Albendazole is a highly effective, broad-spectrum new anthelmintic drug with significant efficacy against fasciolas, tapeworms, lung and gastrointestinal nematodes. It is the strongest one of the benzimidazole drugs and is currently the preferred drug for the prevention and treatment of parasitic diseases in livestock and poultry. It is effective against adults and larvae of Bovine and sheep liver fasciola, and large flukes, and the insect reduction rate can reach 90-100%. In recent years, it has been found to have a strong effect on bovine cysticerciae, and the cysticerci are reduced and the lesions disappear after treatment. In addition, albendazole can also be used to prevent parasitic infection, so it can be used to promote sheep growth and increase wool production.
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