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Tuntasuvan, D.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 1993, 135, 4, pp 140
Abstract

A trial carried out in 1991 in France, on cows with natural Fasciola hepatica infection is described. Valbazen 5% [albendazole] at 10 mg/kg bwt given once at housing was 85% effective. When the treatment was repeated after 8 weeks, the efficacy rose to 96.2%. A single treatment with Valbazen was as ...

Author(s)
Dorchies, P.
Citation
Biologija, 1993, No. 1., pp 91-93
Abstract

Fifty-four Fasciola-infected animals from Egypt, including 18 cattle calves (2-3 years old), 18 buffalo calves (1.5-2.5 years old) and 18 ewes, were divided into 4 groups, 3 containing 5 of each species (total 15 animals per group) and one of 3 animals of each species (9 animals). The 3 groups with ...

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Salem, A. A.; Shawkat, M. E.; El-Seify, M. A.; Kateib, A.
Citation
Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 1990, 22, 44, pp 67-74
Abstract

Sampling, analysis of samples and interpretation of results in the bovine parasitology laboratory are discussed with reference to infections of Fasciola hepatica, gastro-intestinal strongyles and Dictyocaulus viviparus. Techniques covered include faecal analysis, larval cultures from faeces,...

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Camuset, P.; Very, P.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1992, No. 4, pp 45-48
Abstract

The histoenzymic distribution of malate (MDH), lactate (LDH) and Δ53β hydroxysteroid (Δ53β HSD) dehydrogenases was studied in the livers of 30 cattle, naturally infected with Fasciola gigantica, from Assam, India. Histoenzymic reactions for the 3 enzymes were detected mostly in the biliary...

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Bhattacharya, M.; Mukit, A.; Baruah, G. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1992, 62, 1, pp 43-44
Abstract

Gastrothylax crumenifer, Homalogaster paloniae, Explanatum explanatum and Fasciola gigantica specimens were collected from different livestock hosts. Electrophoretic profiles of proteins were used to investigate the presence of any strain variations. There was no significant difference in G....

Author(s)
Roy, B.; Tandon, V.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology and Applied Animal Biology, 1992, 1, 1, pp 21-25
Abstract

A significant increase in milk production, averaging 164 litres per cow per lactation (a 4.8% increase), was seen after cows infected with gastrointestinal nematodes, paramphistomes and Fasciola hepatica were treated with broad-spectrum anthelmintics. 390 pairs of cows from 8 herds with year-round...

Author(s)
Spence, S. A.; Fraser, G. C.; Dettmann, E. B.; Battese, D. F.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1992, 69, 9, pp 217-220
Abstract

In PM examination of 392 cattle aged up to 2 years between January 1986 and December 1990, death due to massive infection with one or more helminth species was diagnosed in 228 animals. Mortality caused by gastrointestinal helminthiasis was 58.2% followed by fascioliasis (37.7%), mixed fluke...

Author(s)
Hossein, M. I. H.; Hossain, M. M.; Hannan, B. M. A.; Wadud, A.
Citation
Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science, 1992, 21, 1/2, pp 127-129
Abstract

Of 200 cattle and 310 buffaloes examined at Jabalpur in 1987-88, schistosomes, Fasciola and/or amphistomes, were found in faeces, with the following prevalence rates: cattle 88 (44%), 27 (13.5%) and 57 (28.5%) and buffaloes 119 (38.4%), 33 (10.6%) and 102 (32.9%), respectively. The results obtained ...

Author(s)
Banerjee, P. S.; Agrawal, M. C.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1992, 69, 3, pp 215-220
Abstract

Fasciolosis was produced by administration of 200 or 400 metacercariae (MC) of Fasciola hepatica to sheep and 500 MC to cattle. The disease was subsequently confirmed by determination of plasma glutamate dehydrogenase and γ-glutamyl transferase and identification and quantitation of mature flukes...

Author(s)
Burrows, G. E.; Tasler, J.; Boray, J. C.; Egerton, J.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1992, 53, 2, pp 191-197

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