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Abstract

Hypodermatosis in cattle is an important veterinary problem in Belarus. The development of Ivermectin and its use in prevention and treatment of the disease are described. Other antiparasitic developed in Belarus such as timbendazole, timtetrazol and albendatim were also mentioned.

Author(s)
Yakubovskii, M. V.
Publisher
Ministerstvo Sel'skogo Khozyaistva i Prodovol'stviya Minsk, Minsk, Belarus
Citation
Belorusskoe Sel'skoe Khozyaĭstvo, 2002, No.5, pp 12-14
Abstract

Tests were carried out in Belarus to evaluate the efficacy of Russian-made and foreign anthelmintics against fascioliasis in ruminants (cattle and sheep). At the given doses, Fasinex (triclabendazole), Valbazen [albendazole] and fascoverm [closantel], Ursavermit (rafoxanide), Tegalid, acetvikol and ...

Author(s)
Yakuboubreve˜ski¯, M. V.; Li¯pni¯tski¯, S. S.
Citation
Vestsi¯ Akadėmi¯i¯ Agrarnykh Navuk Belarusi¯, 1995, No. 1, pp 83-86
Abstract

In cattle with acute or subacute experimental paramphistomiasis, the amounts of phospholipids, cholestol and its esters in the serum, liver, bile, muscle and in the duodenal mucosa were decreased. The phospholipid fractions were redistributed: the decreases in phosphatidylcholine were compensated...

Author(s)
Nikalaenka, G. V.; Zharykau, I. S.; Arlouski, V. I.
Citation
Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belaruskaĭ SSR, (Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Belorusskoĭ SSR), Sel'skagaspadarchykh Navuk, 1982, No.1, pp 109-115
Abstract

The changes in lipid metabolism in calves infected with 85 800 or 125 000 Liorchis [Paramphistomum] metacercariae are described. The most severe changes were observed in calves affected with the highest dose which suffered steatorrhea, hypolipidaemia and reduced levels of triglycerides,...

Author(s)
Nikalaenka, G. V.
Citation
Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belaruskaĭ SSR, (Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Belorusskoĭ SSR), Sel'skagaspadarchykh Navuk, 1981, No.4, pp 108-113
Abstract

Protein metabolism was studied in calves infected with 85 800 or 125 000 metacercariae of Liorchis from day 5 to 160 after infection. The most marked changes -- hypoproteinaemia, dysproteinaemia, decline in levels of albumin, amino nitrogen and nucleic acids and increases in amounts of urea and...

Author(s)
Nikalalaenka, G. V.; Zharykau, I. S.
Citation
Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belaruskai SSR (Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Belorusskoi SSR), Seryya Sel'skagaspadarschykh Navuk, 1981, No.1, pp 113-118
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Author(s)
Gobzem, V. R.
Citation
Vestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR, Seriya Selskagaspadarchykh Navuk, 1973, No.4, pp 98-101, 143

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