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Theileria (T.) buffeli (formerly T. sergenti/T. orientalis) is the major hemo-protozoan distributed in the Far East Asian countries such as Korea, China and Japan. It is responsible for the clinical symptoms of anorexia, ateliosis, anemia, fever and icterus. It also causes abortion and sudden death ...

Author(s)
Yu DoHyeon; Li YingHua; Chae JoonSeok; Park JinHo
Publisher
Korean Society of Veterinary Science, Daejon, Korea Republic
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research, 2011, 51, 2, pp 107-115
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Author(s)
Shimizu, S.; Yoshiura, N.; Mizomoto, T.; Kondou, Y.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 1992, 54, 2, pp 375-377
Abstract

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...

Author(s)
Mishra, A. K.; Sharma, N. N.; Viswanathan, C. B.
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Hungarica, 1993, 41, 3-4, pp 361-363
Abstract

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...

Author(s)
Rana, Y. S.; Dhar, S.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1993, 70, 5, pp 408-410
Abstract

The development of Theileria sergenti, Babesia ovata and B. gibsoni in their vertebrate hosts, cattle, and in the tick vector, Haemaphysalis longicornis is investigated. Comparison of the size and first appearance of macrogametes, the mean size of zygotes, and similarities in the development of T....

Author(s)
Higuchi, S.
Citation
Journal of Protozoology Research, 1993, 3, 1, pp 2-13
Abstract

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...

Author(s)
Brown, C. G. D.
Citation
Parassitologia (Roma), 1990, 32, 1, pp 23-31
Abstract

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 ...

Author(s)
Magzoub, M.; Omer, O. H.; Haroun, E. M.; Mottelib, A. A.
Citation
Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 1992, 28, 55, pp 206-214
Abstract

Restriction fragment length polymorphisms of T. sergenti DNA from 18 different infections of cattle in 14 locations in Japan, were analyzed by Southern blotting using T. sergenti genomic DNA fragments as probes. Probe pTs 2 hybridized with 4 fragments in BamHI digested piroplasm DNA, at 8.0, 7.3,...

Author(s)
Matsuba, T.; Kawakami, Y.; Iwai, H.; Onuma, M.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 41, 1-2, pp 35-43
Abstract

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.

Author(s)
Nayak, D. C.; Dey, P. C.
Citation
Orissa Veterinary Journal, 1991, 16, 1-2, pp 45-48
Abstract

From a herd of Friesian calves (6-8 months old), with a history of heavy tick infestation and 50% mortality, 8 of 15 calves showed fever (40.6-41,7°C), increased pulse rate (100-160/min), hypoxia, haemoglobinuria, pale mucous membranes, inappetance and constipation; 2 showed muscle tremor,...

Author(s)
Mottelib, A. A.; Haroun, E. M.; Abdel-Hamid, Y. M.; Mahmoud, O. M.
Citation
Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 1992, 28, 55, pp 224-232

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