In article <n1424635962.44948 at tikal.biosci.arizona.edu>, hallick_lab at TIKAL.BIOSCI.ARIZONA.EDU (Hallick Lab) says:
>> Subject: Time:9:54 AM
> OFFICE MEMO re>re>candida relief Date:12/15/94
>>actually, fluconazole, intraconazole and ketoconazole were all developed to
>fight eukaryotic infections. They are used to treat giardia in humans and
>valley fever (coccidia) in humans and animals. I tried them all to battle
>valley fever in my cat, but the initial infection was too high and she died.
>There can be serious side effects, mostly to the liver, from the keto form (
>in dogs and cats at least). It is always tricky to kill a eukaryote inside
>of another eukaryote by systemic rather than topical means
>Favreau at tikal.biosci.arizona.edu=====================
Thank you, Mitch. I was wondering how it worked. And I am so glad it does.