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Parvaquone (BW993C), 2-cyclohexyl-3-hydroxy-1,4-naphthoquinone, and buparvaquone (BW720C) 2-(trans-4-t-butylcyclohexyl-methyl)-3-hydroxy-1,4-naphthoquinone, were evaluated to determine their therapeutic efficacy in the treatment of theileriosis caused by T. annulata infection in cattle in Iran. 159 ...

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Hashemi-Fesharki, R.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1991, 50, 2, pp 204-207
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Lactating cows, heifers, calves and young bulls with naturally occurring bovine tropical theileriosis on a farm in India were treated with Butalex at 2.5 mg buparvaquone/kg body weight. As a result of treatment, the clinical signs disappeared and the previously depressed milk yield of cows...

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Mishra, A. K.; Sharma, N. N.; Viswanathan, C. B.
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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica, 1993, 41, 3-4, pp 361-363
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In experiments involving 32 crossbred calves (Bos taurus×B. indicus) the effect of immunization by infecting the calves with Theileria annulata by s.c. injection of ground tick supernatant, and simultaneous treatment with buparvaquone given i.m. at 2.5 mg/kg body weight was studied. Groups of the...

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Rana, Y. S.; Dhar, S.
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Indian Veterinary Journal, 1993, 70, 5, pp 408-410
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The control of tropical bovine theileriosis caused by Theileria annulata by one or more of the following methods is briefly discussed: management, with particular emphasis on movement control; vector control by application of acaricides, preventing transmission of disease; treatment of clinical...

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Brown, C. G. D.
Citation
Parassitologia (Roma), 1990, 32, 1, pp 23-31
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In a herd of 23 Friesian cows, 6 died after showing clinical signs of acute theileriosis. Nearly all the animals were heavily infested with Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum. Schizonts and erythrocytic forms of Theileria annulata were detected in both Leishman and Giemsa stained blood smears. 14 of 17 ...

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Magzoub, M.; Omer, O. H.; Haroun, E. M.; Mottelib, A. A.
Citation
Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 1992, 28, 55, pp 206-214
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Acute clinical theileriasis in a pure-bred Jersey cow in Orissa, India, was successfully cured by a combination of oxytetracycline, Berenil [diminazene], single blood transfusion, haematinics and antipyretics. The details of clinical signs and treatment for a period of 21 days are presented.

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Nayak, D. C.; Dey, P. C.
Citation
Orissa Veterinary Journal, 1991, 16, 1-2, pp 45-48
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Sudhan, N. A.; Prasad, K. D.; Sinha, A. K.; Azmi, S.; Sinha, K. P.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1992, 69, 1, pp 59-60
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Theileria annulata infection was diagnosed in 8 (24.24%) of 33 sick young calves brought to the Madras Veterinary College Clinic from December 1982 to April 1983. The clinical findings are described; these included enlargement of superficial (particularly prescapular) lymph glands.

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Venkataraman, K. S.; Manickam, R.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1992, 12, 1, pp 14
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Examination of blood smears of 925 cattle from in and around Patna, India, (622 indigenous, 160 cross-breeds and 150 exotic (Jersey) breeds) revealed the prevalence of T. annulata infection in all 3 breeds during various seasons of the year. The highest rate of infection was encountered in exotic...

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Datta, C. S.; Srivastava, P. S.; Sinha, S. R. P.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1988, 27, 2, pp 151-157
Abstract

Infections by Theileria annulata in Israel are discussed. The local vector is Hyalomma detritum. Although H. excavatum [H. anatolicum excavatum] can transmit T. annulata in experimental conditions no field outbreaks have been associated with this vector. The reduction of economic losses using a...

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Pipano, E.
Citation
Revue Scientifique et Technique, Office International des Épizooties, 1989, 8, 1, pp 79-87

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