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A case of besnoitiosis in a 15-month-old calf in Israel, diagnosed on the basis of clinical findings, a titre of 1:256 in an IFAT test using Besnoitia besnoiti antigen and the demonstration of parasites in skin biopsies, is reported. The case is unusual as the disease usually occurs in 3-6 year old ...

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Yerusham, I.; Tromp, A.; Pipano, E.
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Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1992, 47, 4, pp 164
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C. jejuni isolates from faecal samples of 50 children with diarrhoea, 25 cattle and 25 sheep were tested for resistance to ampicillin and the presence of β-lactamase using nitrocefin (a chromogenic cephalosporin). The overall frequency of β-lactamase producing strains of C. jejuni was 49%; 28(56%)...

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Diker, K. S.; Akan, M.; Hascelik, G.; Emekdas, G.
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Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 1991, 27, 5, pp 693-694
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Two herbal medicines for use against bovine theileriosis are briefly described. The combination of oral liquid (1 ml/kg for 7-10 days) with iv injection (1 ml/20 kg for 3 days) had therapeutic effects in infected cattle. Blood smears were negative in 7-10 days. The herbal medicines are prepared...

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Pradhan, R. K.
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Orissa Veterinary Journal, 1991, 16, 1-2, pp 65
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The suggestion that the ox may be a reservoir host of kala-azar in India is discusssed with reference to a report of bovine cutaneous leishmaniasis in the old focus of kala-azar in Assam (Pande, Indian Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Health (1941) 11, 98-104). Amastigotes were seen in a...

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Killick-Kendrick, R.
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Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1990, 84, 5, pp 754
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Examination in 1981 and 1982 of 32 and 50 children (one to 12 years old) respectively in southern India revealed Entamoeba histolytica in 3 and 3, E. coli in 11 and 20, Giardia intestinalis in 7 and 10, hookworm in 27 and 44, Ascaris lumbricoides in 16 and 9, Strongyloides stercoralis in 2 and 2, ...

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Poirriez, J.; Pais, G.; Pais-Rajamma, C.; Vernes, A.
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Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1984, 78, 3, pp 425-426
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Examination of the blood, liver, spleen and bone marrow of 32 Suncus murinus, 61 Rattus rattus, 27 mice, 8 Funambulus pennanti, 6 Calotes versicolor and 6 Hemidactylus flaviviridis from visceral leishmaniasis affected areas of North Bihar, India, failed to detect Leishmania infection. Similarly...

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Bhattacharya, A.; Ghosh, T. N.
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Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1983, 77, 6, pp 874-876

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