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The economic importance, incidence, epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment, as well as the clinical and pathological features of the diseases produced in ruminants, horses and rodents by T. vivax, are reviewed. T. vivax is considered to be the most important trypanosome species affecting livestock,...

Anosa, V. O.
Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin, B, 1983, 30, 10, pp 717-741

Metabolic and somatic antigens of Babesia rodhaini were isolated from parasitaemic mice and hamsters, chromatographically fractionated and tested by means of the enzyme-linked-immunosorbent-assay (ELISA) against hyperimmune serum samples. The antigen fractions showing the strongest serological...

Kratzer, I.
Fachbereich Tiermedizin, Munchen.,
Die Brauchbarkeit der Babesia rodhaini-Antigene zum Nachweis von Babesien-Infektionen im ELISA., 1979, pp 46pp.

The first part (pages 9-100; 27 illustrations) describes the 21 cestodes of the genus Multiceps, with prominence for the four common species M. multiceps (Coenurus cerebralis); M. gaigeri in dog (C. gaigeri in goat and other ruminants); M. skrjabini in carnivores (C. skrjabini in the muscles of...

Bondareva, V. I.
Tsenuroznye invasii domashnikh i dikikh zhivotnykh., 1963, pp 356 pp.

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