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Opisthorchiasis, caused by the foodborne trematode Opisthorchis viverrini , affects more than 8 million people in Southeast Asia. In the framework of a phase 2b clinical trial conducted in Lao People’s Democratic Republic, pharmacokinetic samples were obtained from 125 adult and adolescent O. viverrini -infected patients treated with 400 mg tribendimidine following the design of a sparse sampling scheme at 20 min and 2, 7.75, 8, and 30 h after treatment using dried blood spot sampling.

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Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy


American Society for Microbiology

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