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It is concluded that the use of pharmacological agents can provide opportunities to recognize and define similarities and differences in the mechanisms of transmission of nerve impulses in the parasite and the mammalian host. Such studies contribute to better understanding of comparative physiology and of the mode of action of antiparasitic drugs.
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