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Author(s)
Pham Sy Lang
Publisher
Vietnam Veterinary Association, Hanoi, Vietnam
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y (Veterinary Sciences and Techniques), 2003, 10, 1, pp 84-88
Abstract

The pharmaceutical effects of stemone tubercle extracts on the ectoparasites of animals were studied to determine the appropriate extracting medium, suitable therapeutic doses and tick killing concentrations. The results showed that the most appropriate medium for extraction was chlorhydric acid....

Author(s)
Bui Thi Tho
Publisher
Vietnam Veterinary Association, Hanoi, Vietnam
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y (Veterinary Sciences and Techniques), 2003, 10, 1, pp 58-63
Abstract

Sarcocystis infection was found in 1000 (48%) of 2077 cattle examined at abattoirs in 14 districts of Daklak province in 1990-1991. When the cysts from cattle were given orally to 4 dogs, oocysts first appeared in their faeces 5 days later and oocyst excretion persisted for 7-12 days. Two cattle...

Author(s)
Nguyen Duc Tan; Nguyen Thi Sam; Hoang Manh Lam; Ha Viet Luong; Le Duc Quyet
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Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1998, 5, 1, pp 68-72
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Author(s)
Vuong Xuan Thach
Publisher
Vietnam Veterinary Association, Hanoi, Vietnam
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y (Veterinary Sciences and Techniques), 2000, 7, 4, pp 92-93
Abstract

420 blood samples from cattle from The Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh regions, Vietnam were examined for haemosporidiosis [date not given]. 300 blood samples were examined using Giemsa staining and 120 samples were examined using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Giemsa staining revealed that 1.33% of...

Author(s)
Nguyen Van Hau; Nhu Van Thu; Ha Thuy Hanh; Le Minh Sat
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y (Veterinary Sciences and Techniques), 1999, 6, 1, pp 48-52
Abstract

203 Sind crossbred cattle from the M'drac district, Vietnam, were examined for blood parasites [date not given]. Trypanosoma evansi was the commonest isolate (10.3%), followed by Babesia spp. (4.43%), Anaplasma spp. and Theileria spp. (6.4%). The prevalence of haemoparasitism increased with age....

Author(s)
Pham Chien; Nguyen Duc Tan; Le Duc Quyet
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y (Veterinary Sciences and Techniques), 1999, 6, 1, pp 53-56
Abstract

The prevalence of trypanosomiasis in buffaloes, cattle, goats, sheep, horses and deer from central Vietnam was examined using clinical observations and blood examinations. The highest prevalence was recorded in horses (30.4%), followed by buffaloes (10.4%) and cattle (4.4%). The infection was...

Author(s)
Phan Van Chinh
Publisher
Vietnam Veterinary Association, Hanoi, Vietnam
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y (Veterinary Sciences and Techniques), 1999, 6, 3, pp 68-72
Abstract

The excretory/secretory products of Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica collected from Vietnamese cattle were used as antigens in an ELISA; 17 (94%) of 18 cattle with fascioliasis confirmed at slaughter were positive in the ELISA. Of 104 cattle at Mai Dong abattoir, 80 (77%) were positive in...

Author(s)
Luong To Thu; Anderson, N.; Bui Khanh Linh; Vo Ngan Giang; Nguyen Nyoc Thang
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1997, 4, 2, pp 6-14
Abstract

In card agglutination and indirect immunofluorescence tests on blood samples from 71 cattle, 4 and 3 were positive, respectively, for Trypanosoma evansi infection.

Author(s)
Vuong Thi Lan Phuong; Truong Van Dung
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1998, 5, 2, pp 61-63
Abstract

The results of 72 autopsies and 476 coprological examinations of cattle and buffaloes from Hanoi Northern Provinces, Vietnam, showed a high incidence of Fasciola infection (buffaloes: 65% and 34%; cattle: 70% and 54%). The results showed that the infestation of cattle was comparably high with that...

Author(s)
Luong To Thu; Bui Khanh Linh
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1996, 3, 1, pp 74-81

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