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A series of studies on cerebrospinal filariasis of horses and goats were carried out in China, from 1962-1985. The causative agent was found to be Setaria digitata, which normally inhabits the peritoneal cavities of cattle. The intermediate hosts were found to be mosquitoes, mainly Anopheles...

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Han, G. C.; Huang, G. Q.; Zhu, Q. W.; Zhang, H. C.
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Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1990, 16, 5, pp 7-9
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The agar gel double diffusion test was used in 1983 for the first time in China to detect fascioliasis in 58 draught cattle from infested areas, and a comparison was made with the faecal test. 29 animals gave positive reactions, whereas faecal examination only detected 14; this difference was...

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Zhou, Z. A.; Shao, Z. S.; Wen, J. Y.; Zhang, J. H.; Zhao, Y. Z.; Xu, C. Y.; Zhou, G. S.; Chen, J. M.
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Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1986, 12, 8, pp 2-4
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Thirty-nine cattle of native and crossed breeds, aged 17 to 25 months, naturally infected with liver flukes, were treated with various doses of Chinese-made 2,4′,5-trichlorosalicylamilide in Fujian Province, China, in 1982. It was found that the min. effective dosage of this drug was 40 to 50 mg/kg ...

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Chen, C. R.; Guo, J. S.; Lin, T. L.; Lin, X. Y.
Citation
Fujian Agricultural Science and Technology (Fujian Nongye Keji), 1984, No.1, pp 32-33

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