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Veterinary pharmacology and therapeutics

Agnes Dadak


Research into veterinary pharmacology and therapeutics are a major focus within my group. Research activities cover clinical, medical and technological aspects including development of veterinary pharmaceuticals. The main focus is on food producing animals including horses and camelids.


1. Franz, S; Wittek, T; Joachim, A; Hinney, B; Dadak, AM.
Llamas and alpacas in Europe: Endoparasites of the digestive tract and their pharmacotherapeutic control. Vet J. 2015; 204(3):255-262

2. Awad, WA; Ghareeb, K; Dadak, A; Hess, M; Böhm, J.
Single and combined effects of deoxynivalenol mycotoxin and a microbial feed additive on lymphocyte DNA damage and oxidative stress in broiler chickens. PLoS One. 2014; 9(1):e88028

3. Dadak, AM; Asanger, H; Tichy, A; Franz, S.
Establishing an efficacious dose rate of monepantel for treating gastrointestinal nematodes in llamas under field conditions. Vet Rec. 2013; 172(6):155

4. Dadak, AM; Wieser, C; Joachim, A; Franz, S.
Efficacy and safety of oral praziquantel against Dicrocoelium dendriticum in llamas. Vet Parasitol. 2013; 197(1-2):122-125

5. Strasser, A; Kühnel, H; Velde, K; Dadak, A.
Immunomodulation during and after castration under inhalation anaesthetic without genotoxic effects on equine lymphocytes. Res Vet Sci. 2012; 92(2):306-310

6. Dadak, AM; Franz, S; Jäger, W; Tichy, A; Baumgartner, W; Mosing, M.
Pharmacokinetics and clinical efficacy of lidocaine in cattle after intranasal administration during rhinotracheobronchoscopy. J Vet Pharmacol Ther. 2009; 32(3):300-302