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Of 225 females of A. stephensi collected from 66 human dwellings in central Calcutta, India, in a 1-year period [date unspecified], 213 (94.6%) were positive for human blood, 2 (0.8%) for cattle blood and 10 (4.6%) for mixed human-cattle blood using an Ouchterlony gel diffusion technique. Of 198...

Author(s)
Chandra, G.; Chatterjee, K. K.; Hati, A. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1996, 33, 2, pp 103-105
Abstract

A survey was conducted of anopheline mosquitoes in 16 villages of Sagar Island, in the river Hugli, West Bengal, India, in 1991-92. Collections were made in cattle sheds, from 05.00 to 07.00 h at 15-day intervals in each season. Anopheles barbirostris, A. culicifacies, A. subpictus and A. annularis ...

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Sarkar, S.; Pramanik, M. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1996, 33, 3, pp 154-158
Abstract

Two hundred randomly selected cattle and buffaloes from a dairy farm and villages in Calcutta, West Bengal, India, were examined for Trypanosoma evansi infections. Giemsa stained blood films were negative for T. evansi. Mice were injected with 0.8 ml of heparinized blood from each of the animals...

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Ray, D.; Biswas, G.; Sen, G. P.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1992, 62, 5, pp 420
Abstract

Cattle, buffaloes and goats of West Bengal, India, were examined for Stephanofilaria assamensis infection with diagnosis made by clinical and microscopical examination. Of 6524 cattle, 1029 (15.77%) were positive for stephanofilariasis with the highest prevalence (18.38%) recorded in Midnapore...

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Roy, S.; Mishra, S. K.
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Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 4, 2, pp 41-43
Abstract

An outbreak of S. scabiei in animals was observed from mid-November to mid-December 1991 in 2 adjacent villages, Fewgram and Nurpur, in Birbhum District, West Bengal, India, starting from goats to cattle, then to sheep and even dogs. 19 goats and 1 cow died of mange. The infection spread to man in...

Author(s)
Mitra, M.; Mahanta, S. K.; Sen, S.; Ghosh, C.; Hati, A. K.
Citation
Tropical and Geographical Medicine, 1993, 45, 3, pp 142-143
Abstract

Stephanofilariasis was detected in 373 (18.52%) of 2013 indigenous, exotic and crossbred cattle examined between August 1985 and July 1987. The introduced and crossbred cattle were more susceptible to humpsore than were local cattle.

Author(s)
Roy, S.; Misra, S. K.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1989, 66, 2, pp 111-114
Abstract

An outbreak of trypanosomiasis in its subacute form occurred in cattle from Nadia district, West Bengal, India, in September 1988. Animals were affected with recumbency, paresis and subnormal temperature, and blood smears revealed Trypanosoma evansi. Two of the 25 infected animals died but Berenil...

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Bidyanta, J.; Manna, M. K.; Maulik, K. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1990, 29, 2, pp 185
Abstract

The distribution of P. argentipes at 3 levels (level I, 0-0.91 m; level II, 0.91-1.82 m; and level III 1.82-2.74 m) above the ground in 6 cattlesheds in Hooghly district, West Bengal, India, was studied during July 1989 to June 1990. Of the 8044 P. argentipes caught, 3151 (39.2%), 3936 (48.9%) and...

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Hati, A. K.; Sur, S.; De, N.; Dwivedi, H. N.; Bhattacharyya, J.; Mukherjee, H.; Chandra, G.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research. Section A, Infectious Diseases, 1991, 93, November, pp 388-390
Abstract

Blood meal analyses using the agar gel diffusion method were conducted in 1985-86 on P. argentipes from 8 districts with a history of visceral leishmaniasis in West Bengal, India. Of a total of 395 blood meals analysed, the indices from human dwellings (68.8% human; 38.9% cow; 10.2% human + cow;...

Author(s)
Ghosh, K. N.; Bhattacharya, A.; Ghosh, T. N.
Citation
Journal of Communicable Diseases, 1990, 22, 1, pp 67-71
Abstract

The incidence of Haemaphysalis bispinosa, Boophilus microplus and Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum was studied for 4 months from July to October 1981, on cattle and buffaloes in and around Calcutta, India. August was the peak period of overall infestation, with a total of 441 ticks from 118 animals....

Author(s)
Basu, A. K.; De, S. K.; Sanyal, A. K.
Citation
Environment and Ecology, 1989, 7, 4, pp 784-786

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