ANTICOCCIOIAL AGENTS

ANTICOCCIOIAL AGENTS are ANTIPROTOZOALS used to treat infections by Coccidia, commonly in the form of gut infections in domesticated animals, especially chickens. One species, Isospora hominis, occasionally infects humans. Agents used in veterinary practice (sometimes as a poultry feed additive, and some in human practice) include aklomide, amprolium, decoquinate, diaveridine, dinitolmide, lasalocid, narasin, robenidine, semduramicin, sulfabenz, sulfaquinoxaline.