This section of parasitipedia.net explains what resistance is, how it develops, how it can be diagnosed and managed, and which antiparasitic active ingredients and/or chemical classes are already affected by resistance to which parasites.
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- Resistance Basics: what is resistance, types of resistance, mechanisms of resistance, etc.
- Resistance Development: how does resistance develop and what drives it.
- Resistance Diagnosis: how to find out whether a product failure is due to resistance or not.
- Resistance Prevention and Management: how to prevent, delay or manage resistance.
- Integrated Pest Management (IPM): A global approach to parasite control without relying only on chemicals.
- Resistance to AMITRAZ (amidines)
- Resistance to BENZIMIDAZOLES
- Resistance to CLOSANTEL (salicylanilides)
- Resistance to FIPRONIL (phenylpyrazoles)
- Resistance to LEVAMISOLE (imidazothiazoles)
- Resistance to MACROCYCLIC LACTONES
- Resistance to ORGANOPHOSPHATES
- Resistance to PYRANTEL (tetrahydropyrimidines)
- Resistance to natural PYRETHRINS
- Resistance to synthetic PYRETHROIDS