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Animal trypanosomosis: making quality control of trypanocidal drugs possible
|Author(s) :||O.B. Sutcliffe, et al.|
African animal trypanosomosis is arguably the most important animal disease impairing livestock agricultural development in sub-Saharan Africa. In addition to vector control, the use of trypanocidal drugs is important in controlling the impact of the disease on animal health and production in most sub-Saharan countries. However, there are no internationally agreed standards (pharmacopoeia-type monographs or documented product specifications) for the quality control of these compounds. This means that it is impossible to establish independent quality control and quality assurance standards for these agents.
African animal trypanosomosis – Diminazene – Homidium – Isometamidium – Monograph – Pharmacopoeia – Quality assurance – Quality control – Trypanocidal drug – Trypanocide.