Morehouse and Mayfield (1946) reported that 3-nitro-4-hydroxyphenyl-arsonic acid and its sodium salts were effective in reducing hemorrhage and mortality from the coccidium Eimeria tenella when administered in the drinking water. The present investigation was undertaken to determine the activity of this arsenic acid when medication was started at various times with reference to the time of infection and to determine the stage or stages in the life-cycle affected by the compound.
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Morehouse, Neal F. and McKay, F.
"On the Chemotherapeutic Action of 3-Nitro-4-Hydroxyphenyl-arsonic Acid Against the Coccidium Eimeria Tenella in Chickens,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 58(1), 507-516.
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