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This case report describes a 3-year-old male guinea pig with malignant lymphoma (lymphosarcoma). Clinical examination revealed apathy, dyspnoea, weight loss, bilateral swelling of conjunctiva and lymphadenomegaly. Periphery blood examination revealed leukocythosis with lymphocythosis. Radiological...

Author(s)
Kołodziejska, A.; Szweda, M.
Publisher
Polskiego Towarzystwa Nauk Weterynaryjnych, Lublin, Poland
Citation
Medycyna Weterynaryjna, 2011, 67, 2, pp 136-139
Abstract

Pathological changes were studied in some of the organs of experimentally infected rabbits and guineapigs induced by migrating larvae of Toxocara vitulorum. The liver pathology in both rabbits and guineapigs comprised of hepatomegaly with multiple milk spots. In the lungs, haemorrhage foci,...

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Pramanik, S.; Basak, D. K.; Mukherjee, G. S.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 1994, 18, 2, pp 142-146
Abstract

A toxin fraction was obtained from Lantana camara (red variety) leaves by batch extraction and column chromatography on silica gel (60-120 mesh). The main constituents of the toxin preparation were lantadene A and lantadene B and it was devoid of reduced lantadene A. Oral administration (125 mg/kg...

Author(s)
Sharma, O. P.; Dawra, R. K.; Makkar, H. P. S.
Citation
Veterinary and Human Toxicology, 1989, 31, 1, pp 10-13
Abstract

Lantadene C (22β-2-methylbutanoyloxy-3-oxoolean-12-en-28-oic acid) isolated from the leaves of the hepatotoxic plant L. camara var. aculeata (Red) was identical to dihydrolantadene A reported earlier. Molecular structure of lantadene C has been deduced from single crystal X-ray diffraction...

Author(s)
Sharma, O. P.; Vaid, J.; Pattabhi, V.; Bhutani, K. K.
Citation
Journal of Biochemical Toxicology, 1992, 7, 2, pp 73-79
Abstract

Lantadene A (22 β-angeloyloxy-3-oxo-olean-12-en-28-oic acid), a pentacyclic triterpenoid compound from lantana leaves was obtained in two polymorphic forms I and II. Form I had white, fluffy, and rod-shaped uniform crystals. Form II particles were irregular, shining, and polyhedral. The two forms...

Author(s)
Sharma, O. P.; Dawra, R. K.; Pattabhi, V.
Citation
Journal of Biochemical Toxicology, 1991, 6, 1, pp 57-63
Abstract

The pathology of experimental E. granulosus infection in sheep, guineapigs, hamsters and mice was studied. Sheep were infected with 6000 eggs each of E. granulosus (sheep-dog cycle) and guineapigs and hamsters with 500 eggs each and mice with 200 protoscoleces of sheep origin. All the species of...

Author(s)
Singh, B. P.; Kumar, R.; Mukherjee, S. C.; Dhar, D. N.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 2, 2, pp 101-104
Abstract

guineapigs were used to test dried herbage samples, and extracts prepared from them, for the factor which produces the liver damage typical of facial eczema. Grades of liver damage produced under standard conditions are outlined. Liver damage continues when g. pigs are returned to normal diets....

Author(s)
Perrin, D. D.
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology, 1957, 38, pp 669-679
Abstract

The microscopicappearance of rhabdomyomatosis in the heart of a g. pig is described. It is identical with that hitherto recorded only from the human heart. Glycogen contained in the muscle cells in this condition is much more soluble in ordinary fixatives than that present in myocardial cells in...

Author(s)
Hueper, W. C.
Citation
American Journal of Pathology, 1941, 17, pp 121-124
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Cover for African swine fever

African swine fever (ASF) is a highly contagious disease of pigs, first described in Kenya by Montgomery (1921). It is caused by a large DNA virus...

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The genus Salmonella comprises a large group of bacteria that cause infectious diseases of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles, as well as humans....

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