|1.||Bowman, Dwight D: 3 articles (05/2005 - 01/2002)|
|2.||Legg, Walter: 3 articles (05/2005 - 01/2002)|
|3.||Schenker, Rudolf: 2 articles (09/2011 - 12/2004)|
|4.||Moriello, Karen A: 2 articles (12/2004 - 05/2003)|
|5.||Blum, Jenifer L: 2 articles (12/2004 - 05/2003)|
|6.||Volk, Lynn M: 2 articles (12/2004 - 05/2003)|
|7.||Stansfield, David G: 2 articles (01/2002 - 01/2002)|
|8.||Gautam, Bal K: 1 article (08/2014)|
|9.||Chen, Xuan: 1 article (08/2014)|
|10.||Henderson, Gregg: 1 article (08/2014)|
12/01/2004 - "The purpose of this study was to determine if lufenuron, when used as a pre-treatment prior to challenge exposure, would be protective against the development of infection after the direct topical application of fungal macrocondia (Microsporum canis spores). "
12/01/2004 - "Efficacy of pre-treatment with lufenuron for the prevention of Microsporum canis infection in a feline direct topical challenge model."
11/15/2000 - "Results of this study suggest that lufenuron provides an effective, convenient, and rapid method for treating fungal infections in dogs and cats."
08/01/2014 - "Survivorship, running speed, body water content, food consumption, tunneling, microbial infection, and two behavioral patterns (carcass-burying behavior and particle transport behavior) were compared among Formosan subterranean termites, Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki, fed lufenuron-treated (250, 500, or 1,000 ppm) or untreated (control) filter paper. "
02/01/2009 - "While lufenuron alone was found to be ineffective against M canis infection, an immunomodulatory effect of the drug can be suggested, as reported in literature. "
12/01/2004 - "Oral lufenuron is reportedly an effective treatment for some cats with dermatophytosis. "
05/01/2003 - "Results suggested that oral or SC administration of lufenuron to cats, at the dosages used and under the conditions of this study, did not prevent establishment of dermatophytosis following exposure to infected cats. "
04/01/2006 - "In vitro and in vivo effects of lufenuron on dermatophytes isolated from cases of canine and feline dermatophytoses."
12/01/2004 - "We conclude that oral lufenuron at the dosing schedule and conditions used in this study did not prevent dermatophytosis or alter the course of infection by direct topical challenge."
11/15/2000 - "Medical records were reviewed for dogs and cats that had been treated for dermatophytosis or other fungal infections by administration of lufenuron and 18 dogs and 42 cats that were not treated and served as a control group. "
|4.||Plague (Bubonic Plague)
09/01/1999 - "The results of this study indicated that a lufenuron feed cube was an effective, cost-saving, and proactive technique for controlling fleas on California ground squirrels, and thus reducing the risk of disease transmission in plague endemic regions."
12/01/2008 - "A study was designed to test the insect development inhibitors fluazuron and lufenuron for the control of fleas on sylvatic rodents as an adjunct to the control of plague. "
09/01/1999 - "Use of orally administered chitin inhibitor (lufenuron) to control flea vectors of plague on ground squirrels in California."
|2.||milbemycin oxime (Interceptor)
|2.||Drug Therapy (Chemotherapy)