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In 2 field trials vaccination or different anthelmintic treatments against D. viviparus infections were used in 6 groups of first year grazing cattle. The antibody response to lungworm infections was determined using an ELISA. Cattle treated once or repeatedly at long intervals with levamisole...

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Schnieder, T.; Bellmer, A.; Wheeler, S.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B, 1992, 39, 8, pp 563-570
Abstract

Four groups of six parasite-naive calves were infected at seven day intervals with three doses of infective larvae of D. viviparus. Twenty-one days after the first dose three of the groups were treated either with an injectable formulation of ivermectin at a dose rate of 200 µg/kg bodyweight, or...

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Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Green, W. P.
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Veterinary Record, 1990, 126, 15, pp 357-359
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Eighteen calves were raised individually and experimentally infected with D. viviparus (4000 3rd-stage larvae by gavage). Faecal samples were collected 27 and 28 days later and numbers of larvae/g (lpg) determined. The animals were then divided into 3 groups. Group 1 animals remained untreated as...

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Vanparijs, O.; Quick, J. M.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1991, 38, 1, pp 75-79
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In an experiment between 1 August and 2 October 1989, 27 Black Pied Danish heifer calves, aged 9-12 months, that had grazed since May on permanent pasture with moderate herbage infectivity were moved to another infected permanent pasture. They were divided into 3 groups of 9 animals and given...

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Steffan, P.; Nansen, P.
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Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, 1990, 31, 2, pp 237-242
Abstract

When tested on a Vologda state farm, Russia, subcutaneous injections of 7.5% levamisole solutions at 1 ml/10 kg bwt to this years calves and 30 ml/animal to yearling bullocks weighing 360 kg were respectively 90 and 100% effective against natural Dictyocaulus infections, and skin applications in...

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Lemekhov, P. A.
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Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel'mintologii im. K. I. Skryabina, 1989, No. 52, pp 29-32
Abstract

The anthelmintics compared were "Paratect" bolus of morantel from Pfizer, "Synanthic Multidose 130" bolus of oxfendazole from Syntex, "Chronomintic" bolus of levamisole from Virbac and "Valbazab E" bolus of albendazole from SmithKline. These were given to 16 calves before being turned out to graze...

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Borgsteede, F. H. M.; Leeuw, W. A. de; Burg, W. P. J. van den
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Veterinary Quarterly, 1988, 10, 3, pp 177-186
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Eighteen calves aged approximately three months were each infected with D. viviparus larvae at a rate of 30/kg body weight. Seven days later they were randomly allocated to three groups of six animals. Calves of group 1 were controls. Calves of group 2 were given levamisole at 10 mg/kg and calves...

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Pouplard, L.; Lekeux, P.; Detry, M.
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Veterinary Record, 1986, 118, 20, pp 557-559
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In three trials in 120 autumn-born calves in southern England during the 1985 grazing season, the oxfendazole bolus controlled gastrointestinal helminths and improved weight gains, giving results comparable to or better than those of a morantel bolus, or two doses of fenbendazole 3 and 6 weeks...

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Jacobs, D. E.; Fox, M. T.; Gowling, G.; Foster, J.; Pitt, S. R.; Gerrelli, D.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 1987, 10, 1, pp 30-36
Abstract

Levamisole (pour-on) was applied to the lumbar region of 161 cattle at 10 mg/kg body-weight (no dose exceeded 45 ml of the 10% solution). The drug was 98.05% effective against gastro-intestinal strongyles, as shown by faecal examination 5 days after treatment. Further trials using smaller numbers...

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Dorchies, P.; Ducos de Lahitte, J.; Franc, M.
Citation
Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1981, 132, 5, pp 341-347
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Game animals (various deer, mouflon but particularly roe deer) have lately gained great importance in Czechoslovakia and numbers have increased considerably since 1966. The reasons for subsequent losses include such parasitic infections as Capreocaulus capreoli, Dictyocaulus viviparus and various...

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Chlupsa, M.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1985, 35, 3, pp 129-130

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