Literature

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D. A. Ragheb, Morsy, T. A., Abdalla, H. M., Gamra, M. M. Abou1995In vitro control of Phthirus pubis with four pediculocides: Eurax, Elimite, Licid and Benzanil
N. K. Pitman, Hernandez, A., Hernandez, E.1987Comparison of pediculicidal and ovicidal effects of two pyrethrin-piperonyl-butoxide agents
M. Inés Picollo, Vassena, C. V., Mougabure-Cueto, G. A., Vernetti, M., Zerba, E. Nicolás2000Resistance to insecticides and effect of synergists on permethrin toxicity in Pediculus capitis (Anoplura: Pediculidae) from Buenos Aires
J. H. Newsom, Fiore, Jr, J. L., Hackett, E.1979Treatment of infestation with Phthirus pubis: comparative efficacies of synergized pyrethrins and gamma-benzene hexachloride
A. Mutavdzic1984Head-lice infestations and their treatment
T. Lynn Meinking, Serrano, L., Hard, B., Entzel, P., Lemard, G., Rivera, E., Villar, M. E.2002Comparative in vitro pediculicidal efficacy of treatments in a resistant head lice population in the United States
D. M. Elston1999What's eating you? Pediculus humanus (head louse and body louse)
R. G. Abou el-Ela, Morsy, T. A., Nassar, M. M., Khalaf, S. A.2000Evaluation of four pediculicides against the head lice Pediculus h. capitis
J. Drummond, Kotze, A. C., Levot, G. W., Pinnock, D. E.1995Increased susceptibility to Bacillus thuringiensis associated with pyrethroid resistance in Bovicola (Damalinia) ovis (Phthiraptera Mallophaga: possible role of monooxygenases
D. S. Carson, Tribble, P. W., Weart, C. W.1988Pyrethrins combined with piperonyl butoxide (RID) vs 1% permethrin (NIX) in the treatment of head lice
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