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Faecal samples were collected from 500 cattle and 385 buffaloes belonging to backyard farmers from 24 villages in the province of Bukidnon, Mindanao, Philippines, between January and July 1997. Nematode infections were studied by faecal egg counts and infective larvae differentiation. The overall...

Aken, D. van; Dargantes, A.; Valdez, L.; Flores, A.; Dorny, P.; Vercruysse, J.
Veterinary Parasitology, 2000, 89, 1/2, pp 133-137

The importance of L3, L4 and adult stages of Mecistocirrus digitatus in inducing resistance to reinfection was examined in 3 groups of 5 calves (A, B, C) which were immunized for 2 consecutive days with a daily dose of 20 000 M. digitatus infective larvae. Group A was treated with ivermectin at 7...

Aken, D. van; Vercruysse, J.; Dargantes, A.; Valdez, L.; Flores, A.; Shaw, D. J.
Parasitology, 1998, 117, 1, pp 83-87

Prevalence and seasonal variations of helminth infections and their association with morbidity parameters were studied in traditionally reared Cambodian cattle. Four villages in two provinces of West Cambodia were visited on monthly intervals over a period of 11 months, during which 2391 animals...

Dorny, P.; Stoliaroff, V.; Charlier, J.; Meas, S.; Sorn, S.; Chea, B.; Holl, D.; Aken, D. van; Vercruysse, J.
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Veterinary Parasitology, 2011, 175, 3/4, pp 293-299

Three groups of 4 calves were experimentally infected with infectious larvae of Mecistocirrus digitatus. One group received a trickle infection of 5000 L3/day for 8 days; the other 2 groups received a single infection of 5000 and 40 000 L3, respectively. All animals were killed 120 days pi....

Aken, D. van; Vercruysse, J.; Dargantes, A. P.; Lagapa, J. T.; Raes, S.; Shaw, D. J.
Veterinary Parasitology, 1997, 69, 3/4, pp 255-263

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