Amebicide

An amebicide (or amoebicide) is an agent used in the treatment of amoebozoa infections. Among these agents are the following, linked to the infections they are used to treat: Although Naegleria is sometimes considered amoeboid, it is not closely related to the Amoebozoa (it is much more closely related to Trypanosoma), and agents used to treat Nae...
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amebicide

(ә-me´bĭ-sīd) an agent that kills amebae; see also antiamebic. adj., amebici´dal., adj.
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amebicide

amebicide, amoebicide; amebacide 1. A chemical agent used to kill amoebas. 2. A drug that kills amoebas: an antiameba drug. 3. Anything which kills, or is lethal, to amebae.
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amebicide

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-mē′bi-sīd Definitions: 1. Any agent that causes the destruction of amebae. Synonyms: amebacide
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