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Background: Romanowsky stains are used routinely by veterinary clinical pathology laboratories for cytologic and blood film evaluations. Automated stainers are available for both aqueous and methanolic Romanowsky stains. Mast cell granules and canine distemper virus inclusions are known to stain...

Author(s)
Allison, R. W.; Velguth, K. E.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2010, 39, 1, pp 99-104
Abstract

This study aims to analyse the ITS1-5.8S rDNA-ITS2 sequence of P. pneumoniae from M. unguiculatus and New Zealand white rabbits and to compare it with the corresponding sequence from rats. These animals were rendered immunocompromised by subcutaneous injection of dexamethasone, and were infected...

Author(s)
Li ZiHui; Lu SiQi; Feng XianMin; Zhang Fan; Wang FengYun; Huang Song
Publisher
Editorial Committee of Chinese Journal of Zoonoses, Health and Anti-epidemic Station of Fujian Province, Fuzhou, China
Citation
Chinese Journal of Zoonoses, 2006, 22, 10, pp 975-977
Abstract

Leukocytes of the manatee (Trichechus manatus), dog, cat, horse, rabbit, bird, and human were stained with modified Wright-Giemsa stain and myeloperoxidase stain. The predominant segmented leukocyte of the manatee stained positive for myeloperoxidase in a manner similar to the human, dog, cat, and...

Author(s)
Kiehl, A. R.; Schiller, C. A.
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 1994, 23, 2, pp 50-53
Abstract

Mortality among hatchery-reared juvenile white seabass in southern California, USA, was associated with infections by a Piscirickettsia salmonis-like organism (WSPSLO). Infected fish had no consistent external signs other than pale gills, lethargy and impaired swimming behaviour. Internally, the...

Author(s)
Chen, M. F.; Yun SuSan; Marty, G. D.; McDowell, T. S.; House, M. L.; Appersen, J. A.; Guenther, T. A.; Arkush, K. D.; Hedrick, R. P.
Publisher
Inter-Research, Oldendorf/Luhe, Germany
Citation
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 2000, 43, 2, pp 117-126
Abstract

Spontaneous Toxoplasma infection was encountered in g. pigs and rabbits in which no clinical symptoms were detected, but two strains inoculated into mice proved highly virulent. Encephalitozoon occurred spontaneously in albino rats and mice, and was encountered in a single g. pig, but had little...

Author(s)
Perrin, T. L.
Citation
Arch. Pathol., 1943, 36, pp 568-578
Abstract

Lesions in the genitalia of rabbits infected with venereal spirochaetosis are described. Using the Romanowsky modification of Ziehl's staining technique, the author records average dimensions of the causal agent in comparison with data for Treponema cuniculi Noguchi. The dimensions differentiate...

Author(s)
Da Silva Leitao, J. L.
Publisher
Lisboa,
Citation
Repositorio de Trabalhos do Laboratorio Central de Patologia Veterinaria, 1943, 5, pp 289-299
Abstract

The author has been led to restudy T. americanum as a considerable amount of work has been done on trypanosomes and allied genera since the publication of CRAWLEY'S article in 1912. During October, November and December, 1921, the author examined a number of cows and heifers by the cultural method, ...

Author(s)
Glaser, R. W.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1922, 8, 3, pp 136-144 pp.

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