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Alterations of electrocardiographic tracings are common and involve depression or inversion of the T wave and sometimes ischemia. , 1967; Basmy et a l . , 1968). A depression of spermatogenesis was noted in experimental and clinical trials. In fact, mice, rats, and dogs presented temporary but marked inhibition of spermatogenesis, the drug action directly affecting the germinative epithelium of the testes (Lambert et a / . , 1965; Yokogawa et a / . , 1966). Rodrigues da Silva (1966a) and Prates and Franco (1966), studying spermatograms or testes biopsies from humans, showed that inhibition of spermatogenesis in man is reversible and not as accentuated as in animals.
Two of them had normal delivery and 1 suffered a miscarriage after a fall from a bus (Neves and Costa, 1969). It has been demonstrated that there is frequently an increase in the glycemia levels of patients treated with niridazole (Martins et a / . , 1972). Alterations of electrocardiographic tracings are common and involve depression or inversion of the T wave and sometimes ischemia. , 1967; Basmy et a l . , 1968). A depression of spermatogenesis was noted in experimental and clinical trials. In fact, mice, rats, and dogs presented temporary but marked inhibition of spermatogenesis, the drug action directly affecting the germinative epithelium of the testes (Lambert et a / .
K. 4271, Mansil (Fig. 7). 7. Chemical structure of oxamniquine. CHEMOTHERAPY OF SCHISTOSOMIASIS MANSONI 43 and Richards (1971) described a new series of 2-aminomethyltetrahydroquinoline derivatives displaying strong antischistosomal activity. K. 3883 was selected as one of the most promising schistosomicidal compounds. , 1971b,c; Pellegrino and Katz, 1972). K. 3883 in mice, rats, rabbits, and rhesus monkeys, Kaye and Woolhouse (1972) observed that all these species converted this compound into its 6hydroxymethyl analog, which showed greater schistosomicidal activity in vivo than the parent drug.