Coccidiosis is an infection of the intestinal tract caused by a single cell parasite. All livestock species, as well as wild animals, can be infected and it is especially prevalent when animals or birds are grouped together in significant numbers. Any drug used to combat the progression of coccidiosis in birds or animals, both food producing and non food producing are termed as anticoccidials.
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Anticoccidials are basically classified into 3 categories that overlap to a large extent. First components that were discovered in early 1970’s for combating coccidiosis were the ionophores. These have been very successful and are in use even today as a part of the treatment for coccidiosis. The second set was chemical components that are similar in structure to the ionophores and the third were antibiotic variants such as oxytetracycline and chlor tetracycline.
Coccidiosis over the period of the past 20 years has become one of the most costly diseases to beat and has affected the global poultry and meat market, causing losses of millions of dollars. The market for anticoccidial consists mainly of coccidiostatic and coccidiocidal drugs, the former being used to prevent coccidian infection from ensuing in animals and the latter being used to treat infected animals.
This research report categorizes the global anticoccidial market on the basis of animal type and geography; forecasting the revenues and analyzing the trends in each of the following submarkets.
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