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Praziquantel is active against cysticerci in experimentally infected mice, rabbits, sheep and cattle. After single or repeated application the infective stages of Hymenolepis nana, Cysticercus fasciolaris, C. pisiformis, C. tunuicollis (Taenia hydatigena) and C. bovis (T. saginata) were killed. The ...

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Thomas, H.; Gonnert, R.
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Zeitschrift fur Parasitenkunde, 1978, 55, 2, pp 165-179
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Praziquantel is very active against cestodes and it is well tolerated in animals. A single low oral or subcutaneous dose is effective against immature and mature Hymenolepis nana in mice, against H. diminuta in rats, Taenia taeniaeformis in cats, T. pisiformis, Dipylidium caninum, Mesocestoides...

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Thomas, H.
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Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia, 1977, 32, 1/2, pp 2-6
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Thomas, H.
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Fourth International Congress of Parasitology, 19-26 August 1978, Warszawa, Short Communications, Section C., 1978, pp 140
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In studies with mice immunity to Taenia taeniaeformis was passively transferred to offspring by the placental and colostro-intestinal routes. Immunoglobulins separated from the serum or colostrum of orally infected mice were shown to be protective when fed to neonatal mice. By immunoadsorptive...

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Lloyd, S. S.
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Dissertation Abstracts International, 1975, 36B, 5, pp 2149
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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...

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Bondareva, V. I.
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Tsenuroznye invasii domashnikh i dikikh zhivotnykh., 1963, pp 356 pp.
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The authors describe sensitisation of guinea-pigs with Rhabditis axei and Aphelenchus avenae followed by reacting doses of homologous or heterologous antigen (Dictyocaulus filaria, Ascaris suum and Fasciola hepatica) resulting in fatal anaphylactic shock. R. axei antigens gave positive intradermal...

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Ershov, V. S.; Berezhko, V. K.; Kashinskii, A. D.; Naumycheva, M. I.; Nisenbaum, I. A.
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Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel'mintologii im. K.I. Skryabina., 1973, 20, pp 77-82
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ZEMBRZUSKI, K. "Proby antygenowej prowokacji odczynu leukergicznego u ozdrowiencow w doswiadczalnej glistnicy swinek morskich." [Provocation of leukergy in guinea-pigs using pig Ascaris antigen.] pp. 69-70 [Pl, en]; LEJKINA, E.S. "Zastosowanie metod immunodiagnostycznych w epidemiologii robaczyc."...

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Immunological problems in parasitology., 1967, pp XXXI + 564 pp.
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Trypanosoma vivax was detected in blood smears from 2 West African Dwarf goats 11 days after they had been fed on by infected tsetse flies. One goat died 21 days after infection. T. brucei was cultured successfully in mice, rats, guinea-pig and rabbits, but all these laboratory animals were...

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Annual report for 1977/78., pp 54 pp.

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