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- noun A
macrolide antibioticused to treat toxoplasmosis.
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Potential antimicrobials for chemoprophylaxis are rifampicin, mynocycline, spiramycin, ciprofloxacin and ceftriaxone.
The most commonly used agents have been lincomycin and tylosin for controlling dysentery and Mycoplasma infections in swine and spiramycin for treating mastitis in cattle.
For the past 20 years, tylosin has also been the most commonly used agent for growth promotion in swine production worldwide, whereas spiramycin has been commonly used in poultry.
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