Ivermectin and other anthelmintic drugs have prevented illness and death in livestock, companion animals and people, but drug-resistant roundworms have become increasingly common in sheep, cattle and goats, and researchers are racing to find a solution. Many are studying Caenorhabditis elegans to identify proteins and biochemical pathways that might respond to drugs.
Scientists seek new anthelmintics as resistance grows
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