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THERE is much evidence to indicate that the incidence of fasciolosis has increased in recent years and that this trend is likely to continue well into the future (Kenyon and others 2009, Fox and others 2011). The other major threat to control of the disease is the emergence of resistance to triclabendazole (TCBZ), which remains the most important flukicide because of its wide spectrum of activity, particularly against the migrating juvenile and most pathogenic stages of infection in sheep. Internationally, a number of cases of resistance have been confirmed and they indicate that resistance does exist. In th

Year: 2011
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