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Ozaki, H.; Nishimura, R.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Japan, 1998, 51, 8, pp 681-689
Abstract

Thirteen healthy female cattle of the German Simmental, German Brown Mountain and German Black Pied were injected i/v with digitoxin at various doses between 3 and 66 µg/kg body weight. Only after administration of 31-55 µg/kg did plasma digitoxin content increase after 30 min to the range 6.7-25...

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Benthe, H. F.; Dirksen, G.; Weissmüller, A.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1983, 96, 11, pp 397-401
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Tanwar, R. K.
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Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Ahmedabad, India
Citation
Intas Polivet, 2002, 3, 2, pp 367-374
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Independence of drug concentration and the percentage of drug that was protein bound was observed for both digitoxin (0.01 to 1.00 mu g/ml) and digoxin (0.0025 to 1.00 mu g/ml), using the equilibrium dialysis technique and liquid scintillation counting. The extents of binding of 3H-digitoxin (50...

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Baggot, J. D.; Davis, L. E.
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Research in Veterinary Science, 1973, 15, No.1, pp 81-87
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Miller, M. S.
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Canine Practice, 1985, 12, 3, pp 6-16
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Digitoxin, the only one of eleven compounds tested which would be toxic enough to kill rodents at economic concentrations, was not palatable. In fact, its anorexic effects ensured that if the rodent did eat bait and survived, its food consumption would be drastically reduced over the next few days, ...

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Meehan, A. P.
Citation
International Pest Control, 1975, 17, No.3, pp 11, 13-14
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Rick, A. de; Belpaire, F. M.; Bogaert, M. G.; Mattheeuws, D.; Chakrabarti, S.
Publisher
MTP Press Ltd., Lancaster, UK
Citation
Veterinary pharmacology and toxicology, 1983, pp 333-339
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Of three different oral dosage forms of digoxin tested, highest plasma levels were reached with the elixir form. It is recommended that no food be given in conjunction with oral digoxin, regardless of dosage form, owing to decreased drug absorption. It is emphasized that cumulative levels of...

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Erichsen, D. F.; Harris, S. G.; Upson, D. W.
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 1978, 14, 6, pp 734-737
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Cats were 3-6 times more sensitive than guineapigs to i/v inj. of the glycosides. Enteric absorption of orally administered drugs was lower in guineapigs and dwarf pigs than in cats. Dwarf pigs were more sensitive to large i/v doses than cats, but were less sensitive to smaller doses. Hence pigs...

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Vogel, G.; Temme, I.; Grundei, J.
Citation
Arzneimittel-Forschung, 1970, 20, pp 229-233

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