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Tropical theileriosis is an infectious disease of cattle caused by Theileria annulata, which is transmitted by ticks of genus Hyalomma. The aetiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical signs, pathology, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and control of tropical theileriosis are discussed. The...

Author(s)
Pipano, E.; Shkap, V.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Infectious diseases of livestock, Volume One, 2004, Ed.2, pp 486-497
Abstract

Theileria annulata, the cause of tropical theileriosis is propagated in cattle with stage-to-stage transmission by Hyalomma ticks. Three stages in the life cycle of the parasite - tick-derived sporozoites, intramononuclear schizonts, and erythrocytic merozoites - infect cattle. When cattle are...

Author(s)
Pipano, E.; Shkap, V.
Publisher
New York Academy of Sciences, New York, USA
Citation
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2000, 916, pp 484-500
Abstract

The production, quality control and future prospects of vaccines currently used in Israel against anaplasmosis, babesiosis, theileriosis and besnoitiosis are discussed. These vaccines contain liver attenuated parasites derived from cell culture (Theileria annulata and Besnoitia besnoiti) or from...

Author(s)
Pipano, E.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1997, 29, 4 (supplement), pp 86S-90S
Abstract

The major economically important tick-borne diseases of cattle are theileriosis, babesiosis, anaplasmosis, and cowdriosis. Culture-derived attenuated schizonts of Theileria annulata have proved to be safe for all types of cattle and they protect against tick-borne theileriosis. T. parva was also...

Author(s)
Shkap, V.; Pipano, E.
Publisher
New York Academy of Sciences, New York, USA
Citation
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2000, 916, pp 154-171
Abstract

Friesian cattle were immunized with two inoculations of anti-tick Bm86 (Tick-GARD) vaccine and were challenged 30 or 90 d later with Boophilus annulatus larvae derived from 1.2 g of eggs. No nymphs or adult ticks were found on the immunized cattle during four weeks after challenge. Repeated...

Author(s)
Pipano, E.; Alekceev, E.; Galker, F.; Fish, L.; Samish, M.; Shkap, V.
Publisher
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Experimental and Applied Acarology, 2003, 29, 1/2, pp 141-149
Abstract

The topics discussed in this review of schizonts and tick stages in the immunisation of cattle against infection by Theileria annulata include immunisation with schizonts, the protection engendered by schizonts, immunisation by parasites derived from ticks (4 species of Hyalomma) and other...

Author(s)
Pipano, E.
Publisher
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers., The Hague, Netherlands
Citation
Advances in the Control of Theileriosis. Proceedings of an International Conference held at the International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases in Nairobi, 9-13th February, 1981, 1981, pp 242-252
Abstract

Stabilates from ticks infected with Theileria parva have successfully replaced live ticks as a means of inducing reproducible infections of cattle with East Coast fever. Methods are described that were used to prepare 36 000 infected doses of stabilate from 2200 infected examples of Hyalomma...

Author(s)
Samish, M.; Pipano, E.
Publisher
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague, Netherlands
Citation
Advances in the Control of Theileriosis. Proceedings of an International Conference held at the International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases in Nairobi, 9-13th February, 1981, 1981, pp 253-255
Abstract

An account of the development and testing of vaccine for cattle to be used against Theileria annulata. The main part of the paper looks at the schizont vaccine under the headings; establishment of schizont cultures, attenuation of schizonts, production of schizont vaccine, protection engendered by...

Author(s)
Pipano, E.
Publisher
International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases (ILRAD), Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
Recent developments in the research and control of Theileria annulata: proceedings of a workshop held at ILRAD, Nairobi, Kenya 17-19 September 1990., 1992, pp 47-58
Abstract

This chapter deals mainly with preparation and application of vaccines against T. annulata in cattle. After an introduction, the life cycle, pathology, epizootiological considerations and immunology are discussed to the extent that they are relevant to vaccination. A history of vaccination against ...

Author(s)
Pipano, E.
Publisher
CRC Press Inc., Boca Raton, Florida, USA
Citation
Veterinary protozoan and hemoparasite vaccines., 1989, pp 203-234
Abstract

Domestic cats, 11 other species of carnivorous mammals, 6 species of snakes, and white-backed vultures (Gyps africanus) were tested for their possible role as definitive hosts of B. besnoiti by feeding with cystic material from chronically infected bovines. None of the species tested was a...

Author(s)
Diesing, L.; Heydorn, A. O.; Matuschka, F. R.; Bauer, C.; Pipano, E.; Waal, D. T. de; Potgieter, F. T.
Citation
Parasitology Research, 1988, 75, 2, pp 114-117

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