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Abstract

OVINE BRUCELLOSIS. Observations in an "epidemiology" flock over three years showed a very slow spread of the disease. It did not seem to affect lambing rates. Many lambs born to infected ewes gave a positive or suspicious complement-fixation reaction, but all became negative at 3 to 4 months old....

Publisher
Adelaide: W. L,
Citation
Vestnik sel'sko-khozyaistvennoi Nauki, 1958, 5, pp 91 ; 62-81 pp.
Abstract

I. Of the small lab. animals (goats, rabbits, hamsters, rats, mice, and guineapigs) exposed to D. viviparus, the guineapig appeared to be the most susceptible. Lungworms did not reach maturity in any of these animals. Infections in guineapigs caused changes in the blood picture, and anorexia, loss...

Author(s)
Wade, A. E.; Fox, L. E.; Swanson, L. E.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1960, 21, pp 753-757
Abstract

There were no marked changes in the cell content of the blood in three naturally infected heifers. Electrophoretic analysis of serum proteins revealed a decrease in the albumin fraction and corresponding increase in beta and gamma globulins with a slight change in total proteins.

Author(s)
Sharma, K. M. L.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1967, 44, pp 489-493
Abstract

Bull calves, castrated at 3 months of age, were divided into three groups. Group A received two oral doses of irradiated larvae of D. viviparus as a vaccine. Group B received two oral doses of untreated larvae to give a mild infection. Group C were left untreated. Selected calves from each group...

Author(s)
Holman, H. H.; Dew, S. M.; Bracewell, C. D.; Michel, J. F.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1967, 123, pp 349-357
Abstract

Infected rabbits had significantly higher plasma total LDH and LDH-5 isozyme concentrations than were found in control animals. In contrast, the isozyme LDH-1 (heart type LDH) value decreased and was quite low at the 23rd day. The eosinophilic response in the infected rabbits was characteristic of...

Author(s)
Shetty, S. N.; Himes, J. A.; Edds, G. T.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1970, 31, pp 2251-2260
Abstract

[Dictyocaulus].

Author(s)
Moroshkin, B. F.; Chrelashvili, T. V.; Gdzelidze, Ts. V.
Citation
Sbornik Trudov Gruzinskogo Zootechnichesko-Veterinarnogo Instituta, 1973, 38, pp 129-133
Abstract

Worm-free roe deer were infected 4 times at 8- to 9-week intervals with 70 000 larvae of gastrointestinal nematodes (Chabertia, Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Cooperia). Body weight, antler formation and general condition remained unaffected. With reference to serum proteins, no...

Author(s)
Barth, D.; Hartwig, H.; Róka, L.
Citation
Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft, 1982, 28, 4, pp 231-242
Abstract

Endocrine effects of Ostertagia ostertagi infection were investigated in Friesian calves using (i) a single oral dose of 100 000 L3 and (ii) 10 000 L3 given daily 3 times/week. Radioimmunoassay demonstrated significant increases in pepsinogen and gastrin in all infected calves, reflecting changes...

Author(s)
Fox, M. T.; Gerrelli, D.; Pitt, S. R.; Jacobs, D. E.
Publisher
World Association for Buiatrics, Dublin, Ireland,
Citation
Proceedings of the 14th World Congress on diseases of cattle, Dublin, 26-29 August 1986. Volumes 1 & 2, 1986, pp 113-118
Abstract

Experimental infections of Dictyocaulus viviparus were established in ten 2- to 4-month-old Holstein-Friesian calves, using a single oral dose of 5000 larvae per animal, to determine the effect of subclinical infections on health. Daily faecal samples were collected from each calf to assess the...

Author(s)
Seesee, F. M.; Worley, D. E.
Citation
Helminthologia, 1993, 30, 3-4, pp 119-125
Abstract

In two trials 5 calves were each experimentally infected on 3 consecutive days with a total number of either 30 D. viviparus larvae per kg body weight (trial A) or 3 larvae/kg body weight (trial B). Five calves served as non-infected controls. Infected cattle in trial A developed severe clinical...

Author(s)
Schnieder, T.; Daugschies, A.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B, 1993, 40, 3, pp 170-180

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