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Background: The freshwater snail Indoplanorbis exustus is found across India, Southeast Asia, central Asia (Afghanistan), Arabia and Africa. Indoplanorbis is of economic importance in that it is responsible for the transmission of several species of the genus Schistosoma which infect cattle and...

Author(s)
Liu LiAng; Mondal, M. M. H.; Idris, M. A.; Lokman, H. S.; Rajapakse, R. P. V. J.; Satrija, F.; Diaz, J. L.; Upatham, E. S.; Attwood, S. W.
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BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
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Parasites and Vectors, 2010, 3, 57, pp (5 July 2010)
Abstract

A survey of 361 cattle and 254 buffaloes at Ranchi, India, revealed 53.5% (136) of the buffaloes to be infected by G. explanatum, mostly in the liver and bile ducts. No cattle were infected. A study of the influence of seasonal variation on infection showed that this was directly related to the...

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Upadhyay, A. N.; Sahai, B. N.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1986, 25, 1, pp 55-59
Abstract

Orientobilharzia infection in animals was investigated on cattle and sheep farms in the central, western and northwest regions of Jilin, China. The infection rate in cattle was 95.45% (168/176) in the central area, the positive rate of dairy cows was 20% (4/20) in the western grassland; the...

Author(s)
Shi, X. Z.; Zhou, G.; Geng, J. M.; Sun, W. H.; Su, J. M.; Liu, J. Q.; Chen, S. Z.; Liu, Y.; Jin, X. K.; Zheng, Y. J.; Qu, H.; Gao, F.
Citation
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, 1992, 22, 10, pp 15-17
Abstract

S. spindale is widespread in cattle and buffaloes in north-eastern Thailand in the vicinity of lakes and dams; the rate of infection reaches 80-100% in some herds. The age and seasonal dynamics of infection in calves and animals aged 1-10 years were studied by fortnightly faecal examinations for up ...

Author(s)
Upatoom, N.
Publisher
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Citation
Zur Epidemiologie und Bekämpfung von Schistosoma spindale bei Rind und Büffel in Nordost-Thailand., 1989, pp 92 pp.

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