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A molecular epidemiological survey of the protozoal parasites that cause equine piroplasmosis was conducted using samples collected from horses and zebra from different geographical locations in South Africa. A total of 488 samples were tested for the presence of Theileria equi and/or Babesia...

Author(s)
Bhoora, R.; Franssen, L.; Oosthuizen, M. C.; Guthrie, A. J.; Zweygarth, E.; Penzhorn, B. L.; Jongejan, F.; Collins, N. E.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2009, 159, 2, pp 112-120
Abstract

The greater part of this paper is devoted to a study of the normal cells of the blood, their origin and development, and their appearances in preparations from bone-marrow withdrawn from the living animal. A technique for puncture of the sternum of the dog is described in detail, the puncture being ...

Author(s)
GIRARD, H.; FLUCHER, R.
Citation
Revue de Medicine Veterinaire, 1937, 89, pp 617-640
Abstract

These two reports are substantially the same].
The principal part of these reports deals with two epizootics, viz., equine infectious anaemia and dourine.
EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANAEMIA.-The principal points elicitated are: -(1) this disease is localized in certain districts in the mountainous regions...

Author(s)
VELU, H.
Citation
Arch. Inst. Pasteur d'Algerie, 1934, 12, pp 292-304
Abstract

The principal part of these reports deals with two epizootics, viz., equine infectious anaemia and dourine.
EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANAEMIA.-The principal points elicitated are: - (1) this disease is localized in certain districts in the mountainous regions of the Moroccan Atlas and the Riff; (2) the...

Author(s)
VELU, H.
Citation
Revista de Veterinaria Militar, 1934, 18, pp 119-126
Abstract

After a brief reference to the varying opinions held by different authors regarding the effect of splenectomy in different diseases the author describes his experiments in connection with canine piroplasmosis.
His experiments were grouped into three classes: -
A. Those in which the spleen was...

Author(s)
CIUCA, A.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1912, 5, 2, pp 143-150 pp.
Abstract

In a paper which appeared in the Annales of the Pasteur Institute in 1924, the authors published the results of their first systematic investigations of the bovine piroplasmoses occurring in Algeria. The conclusion arrived at was that five types of disease occur, namely: -
(1) True piroplasmosis...

Author(s)
SERGENT, Edm. ; DONATIEN, A; PARROT, L. ; LESTOQUARD, F. ; PLANTUREUX, E.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1927, 41, 7, pp 721-784 pp.
Abstract

The optimum method of transmission for a blood parasite is brought about when it is withdrawn from the blood by an insect and is reintroduced by it into suitable blood. Leaving aside the cases where the insect plays but a mechanical rôle in much the same manner as a syringe needle, cases of...

Author(s)
MESNIL, F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1921, 14, 6, pp 310-315
Abstract

Equine piroplasmosis is set up by two distinct causal organisms, that is, the term denotes in reality two separate diseases, which can be differentiated clinically and epizootologically. A certain diagnosis can, however, only be established by a microscopic examination of the blood. Whereas N. equi ...

Author(s)
DU TOIT, P. J.
Citation
Archiv fur Schiffs- und Tropenhygiene, 1919, 23, 7, pp 121-135 pp.

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